Definitions for "Brockage"
Keywords:  incuse, struck, mis, die, impressed
A coin exhibiting an error caused by the failure of the coin press to release the previous coin from the die before striking it. The design from the first coin is imprinted, sunken in reverse, on the second coin. Brokage coins appear to have the same design on both sides with one side showing a reverse or mirror strike which, because the previous coin acts as the die, does not usually have the same quality of detail.
a Mint error , an early capped die impression where a sharp incuse d image has been left on the next coin fed into the coining chamber
an early form of mint error which results from the use of a previously-struck coin as a die