Brockages, though, where a coin has stuck in a die, unnoticed, and has impressed its image into the next coin struck, certainly can be very interesting, and can provide some clues to details of mint operations.
|Roman Republic, denarius, Sear 176, RSC Claudia 2|
|Roman Republic, denarius, Sear 183, RSC Valeria 11|
|Valerian, Æ27, Viminacium?|
|Salonina, VENVS VICTRIX antoninianus, reverse brockage!|
|Victorinus, antoninianus, I'm guessing there was more than one brockage here and that this wasn't the first|
A Doug Smith page on brockages and clashed diesComments and corrections