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2. Retained Broken Die

Example(s)

5 cents 1944
5 cents 1944

5 cents 1945
5 cents 1945

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Description

This is one of the categories of die cracks. For this categorie, the crack must reach the rim in two different places on the coin. A slope can be found on the field of the coin, but it's not always the case. To conclude that the broken part is retained, it must include a portion of the design and/or legend. Otherwise, it's a Cuds.

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