Broadstrike & Off Center Strikes

Off center errors are planchets that was struck partially out from under the dies.   These will be missing some of the design of the intended coin.

A Broadstrike is a similar error, but is NOT missing any design. It will appear larger than a regular struck coin, because it was struck out of its collar. It can look Off center and still be a Broadstrike error, if NONE of the design of the coin is missing

No Date

20 Cent

1948

Sixpence

19.7-19.9mm – 2.1mm Thick – 2.849g

1965

Threepence

Florin

1.  Broadstrike – 29.6mm – 11.034g – Smooth Edge

2.  Broadstrike – 30.6mm – 11.177g – Smooth Edge

1967

1 Cent

2 Cent

Off Center no Date but likely 1967 due to others existing

5 Cent

1975

1 Cent

1977

10 Cent

1978

10 Cent

1980

20 Cent

1. Broadstrike 29.8mm – 11.303g – Smooth Edge

1. Off Center 29.3mm – 11.496g – Smooth Edge

2. Off Center 29.3mm – 11.263g – Smooth Edge

50 Cent

1. Broadstrike 33.4mm – 13.674g – Smooth Edge

2. Broadstrike 32.6mm – 13.785g – Smooth Edge

3. Off Center 32.8 – 33.3mm – 13.792g – Smooth Edge

1990

One Dollar

One also sold in 2005 http://www.noble.com.au/auctions/lot/?id=10063

Two Dollar

Broadstrike – 27.3mm – 9.980g – Smooth Edge with Security Groove

2003

50 Cent

2010

$1