Wednesday, October 5, 2011

155. malaysia 10 cents 1995 clipped rim

image 1: obverse and reverse of the coin

My latest catch of clipped planchet coin.

Clip happens at around 6 o'clock of reverse and Blakesley's Effect is quite noticeable at the area opposite of the clipping, at around 12 o'clock. The rim on this area is having some kind of weaknesses and if viewed from side, this area is thinner in its thickness.

Is off-centering is a common phenomenon associated with clipped planchet error?

8 comments:

depankanta said...

Salam mnfaj,
Syiling2 error yg dipamirkan semakin "mengancam",syiling 2 in 1 errors ini termasuk dalam spesimen yg sangat sukar diperolehi..depankanta berpendapat off centre dan clipped rim error adalah dua fenomena error yg jarang dijumpai pada satu syiling kerana sebab kejadiannya adalah dengan dua keadaan yg berbeza..nanti pakar2 kita perbetulkan..hehe
Terima kasih banyak2 mnfaj...

whycollect said...

Hi mnfaj,
We are not sure whether these 2 in 1 phenomena are common or not.
But we do have a few of these 2 in 1 errors too.
Nice specimen here.
Hehe, nicer if its a '95 50sen coin!
Thanks a lot for sharing, mnfaj :)

Niewmismatic Error Coins said...

Salam mnfaj,
Yes,is always happened,because when the "third Die"/the collar die trying to hold the coin in position,due to the clip/inperfection of the coin,it slipped/tergeluncur,hence the off center errors occured.

Niewmismatic Error Coins said...

Salam mnfaj,
Yes,is always happened,because when the "third Die"/the collar die trying to hold the coin in position,due to the clip/inperfection of the coin,it slipped/tergeluncur,hence the off center errors occured.

mnfaj said...

Salam depankanta,
Itulah, syiling ini asalnya dijumpai oleh seorang bekas pegawai bank. Beliau mengarahkan pekerjanya memberi kesemua syiling yang terlekat dalam mesin syiling kepadanya. Dan ini ialah salah satu hasilnya!

mnfaj said...

Hi whycollect,
I believe only Dickson can acquire those keydate coins with errors! Haha.

mnfaj said...

Hi Mr Dickson,
Yes I also agree with your point. But I have several specimen that does not exhibit major offcentering but with a huge clipping. How about this case?

Niewmismatic Error Coins said...

Those can be hold firmed by the collar die and no slipping will be struck without off-center errors,no milled edge can be happened to a clip error planchet also!

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