|image 1: obverse and reverse of the coin|
|image 2: close up view|
Only silhouette of the number 1 can be seen. A type of minor error which can be found easily among our circulation coins. This post by Mr Dickson describes how this happen in a simple way.
Usually die filled error does not have any premium but still of course you can sell it for mutual agreement, including to me. I am still interested in this die filled error because they can create speculation (not this specimen of course). For example if the last digit of the year on the coin cannot be seen, how would you guess the year the coin was minted for?
And through the net I have found out that a die filled error has caused an American coin to form the words " IN GOD WE RUST" instead of " IN GOD WE TRUST ". Quite interesting specimen to have isn't?