CANADIAN ERROR COINS - PLANCHET VARIETIES
Rolled Thin Planchet
Cut from portions of strip
that, due to malfunctions during rolling (e.g. roller misalignment), and are short
of prescribed thickness.
These differ from Split Planchets, as there are no striation marks evident.
|Rolled Thin Planchet Trends - Approximately 1/2 weight|
1953 - 1967
1968 - Date
|This thin planchet has been struck through a regular planchet. Often thin planchets whether being rolled thin or splitting due to lamination, will be fed to dies along with a regular planchet and will produce a "unifaced" appearance on the inside of the two coins struck together.|
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