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Someone at the grocery store had someone pay with this, I noticed it on top of the till and swapped it out with cash of my own. What do you guys think?
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The Blakesley Effect is often absent in the case of large clips. Because the dies impact is concentrated on a much smaller piece of metal, boosting the effecting striking pressure. This increased pressure overcomes the lack of a proto-rim and generates a normal design rim.
I think it's post-mint that something sliced it. I see no indication of anything disfiguring any part of the T & H in Elizabeth or the S in dollars. I think that there would be a bulge there with nothing holding back the metal from flowing.
Bill in Burl