ATYPICAL & TYPICAL DIE CLASHES
One of the most frequent obstacles encountered when analyzing a die clash is determining exactly which design element made a particular clash mark. Without the aid of a good photography program, this task seems next to impossible to accomplish.
This section has been designed to help you establish which clash mark originated from what design element. Please keep in mind that dies do drift, especially when a multiple clashing occurs, so while the overlays depict a perfect alignment between dies, there may be some displacement of actual clash marks. Take this into consideration when identifying any particular clash mark.
This section will also include pictures of unusual (atypical) die clashes, including unusually strong ones. If you do have a die clash that you would like to see on this site, and it fits the description given below, please refer to the submission section of this site for instructions on how to send your coin in.