Foldover Strike Coin Error Complete Overview: Values, History, and Commentary With Error Dealer

I spoke with error dealer and collector Travis about foldover and edge strike coins. These coins are created when coins enter the striking chamber and are not flat (they may be spinning or on an edge), meaning that they are folded over (or struck on their edge) in the striking process, and are quite rare and expensive. There is a lot to learn about the ins and outs of this type of coin, and it makes sense to have a good understanding – let's dive deep… I promise you'll learn something by the end of the video about errors.

Error coins are ones that have an abnormality in the minting process, meaning that every error is unique (as opposed to varieties, which are in the die-making process) to the coin as it appears in your hands. There are so many types of errors, and it's awesome to know about all of them, so I hope you enjoy this series with Travis.


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