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1864 Nova Scotia half cent errors

Attached photos of my coin show missing parts of lettering on the reverse. Would this be caused by dirty/plugged dies? The only visible wear (if it is wear) is in the denticles near the rim of the coin. Any comments would be appreciated, including whether or not this is a common error with this coin. Also, if the photos are clear enough, any estimates of the grade of this coin would be interesting. Thanks. - ian48

ian48, 3/20/2013
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