Off Center


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Off Center

In numismatics, describing a coin on which a mistake was made in the striking such that the inscriptions are not centered properly. Because off center coins are somewhat unusual, they may be valuable, though they are illiquid assets.
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While one may disagree with particular characterizations and critical positions that Miyoshi presses, Off Center stands as a testament to the incomparable strength and character of Miyoshi's intellectual vision.
The off center loading option demonstrates our willingness to make software and hardware modifications in order to meet customer needs," said Richard Gedney, ADMET founder and president.
Moving them off center makes room for a watermark and reduces wear on the portraits, they said.
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