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capped die mint errorCapped die happens when a coin sticks to the hammer die and if it remains on the die long enough it will spread around the outside of the die, forming what looks like a bottle cap. There’s different stages of capped dies and there’s struck through capped dies as well.¬†

Die caps could almost be called the “King” of mint errors since they’re highly sought after and trade for a higher premium on average then most mint errors. A nicely formed and deep “bottle cap” often¬†sell for as much as $30,000 but most are in the $2,000 to $3,000 range with some examples trading for a little less.
Also see Strike Through

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