Sunday, June 5, 2011

113. Malaysia 50 Sen 2005 Rotated Die Error

image 1: obverse and reverse of the coin

image 2: comparison with a normal coin (right)

      This is a rotated die error coin, which caused by one of the dies was not aligned correctly. The degree of rotation is about 115 degree clockwise.


Dickson Niew said...

I would suggest to 115 degree clockwise.Very nice specimen of Rotated Die Errors.Try to make up a set of all degree!haha!Take it up as a challenge,I am on!!

Anonymous said...

Arg, lately no luck la.
Search, search, search, but couldn't get anything.
Haha, guess apart from luck, the most important thing in looking for errors among circulating coins is perseverance.
Haha, got to admit we have none lately because of lots of other commintements.
In fact we still managed to remain active because of the ever useful pendrive, haha.
Plug..type, type, type and presto, haha.
Ya, we still managed not to miss all the fun here by sneaking some time out of our tight working schedules, haha.
Keep it up, mnfaj.
You've got yourself a nice rotated die.
Some more 50sen lor.
Not easy to get.
Thanks a lot for sharing mnfaj :)

mnfaj said...

Hi Mr Dickson,
Wow haha, finding this one requires tons of luck, what even complete set. Wishing you luck Mr Dickson!

mnfaj said...

Hi whycollect,
sure, this collecting is just a hobby, perhaps we should follow one of the 7 habits of highly effective people, first thing first.
Sharing our collection seems give me a lot of knowledge.
I am hoping for more collectors to start their own blog.
Thank you, haha, I am still wishing for a magnificient 180 degree rotation, the Wau come crushing the earth.

Post a Comment