Chop Mark

Chop Mark

A mark imprinted on a coin, usually to prove authenticity. They have become rather unusual since the advent of fiat money, but they were more common when coins were made out of precious metals.
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There is an additional sharper cut at the acromial end, made in the opposite direction, and overlies the second chop mark (Figure 9).
GOING FOR THE CHOP Mark Rees and daughter Lucy who have both gained black belts in their local martial arts class.
The chop marks left behind by the flint blade show how the meat was meticulously separated from the bones and removed.
A Florida man who allegedly killed his roommate during an argument over a pork chop marks the second time meat may have been the motive for murder in the last three months in the United States.