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A form of planchet flaw caused by imperfections in the metal whereby a thin strip of the metal separates itself from the coin.

Lamination is a type of error in the planchet that occurs when a thin layer of the metal splits or peels away from the surface of the coin. See also planchet flaw.

planchet defect
Any defect of a coin that was caused by the planchet being imperfect prior to the coin being struck. See also planchet flaw.

planchet flaw
An irregular hole in a coin blank sometimes the result of a lamination that has broken away. See also lamination.

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