This Franklin Half Dollar (above) and the Roosevelt Dime (Below) have been 'spooned'. Spooned is a method of hammering the edges of a coin with a spoon, and given enough time and skill a person can make the coin into a ring.
People use to "spoon" coins, and the most skilled could actual pound silver ring from a coin with nothing more than a table spoon. Obviously, this is not a mint error and should be treated as such with no extra value.
Spooned Coins
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