Here’s a video on YouTube that explains it better than I could: [MEDIA]
Again, thanks for the feedback. By no means am I an expert and I tend to agree with you that there is a bit of “softness” but you can still see...
The high relief design was to be used on proofs, but apparently, you can find it on 1969 and 1970 dimes.
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Here’s new pictures, as requested.
Ok, I’ll take pictures of them individually and post.
Here’s some info on this variety:
Yes, I understand how PCGS/NGC defines the designations, I should have been more clear - where specifically do you believe this dime does not...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] While going through some coins from my mother’s collection, I came across these two dimes.
After some research, I...
Appreciate the feedback and want to ask - how can you tell it’s not a full torch? Where should I look on this dime to determine that?
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Purchased a mint set from an antique store for about $8. Found this dime in it and believe...
Thanks! Appreciate the feedback.
Thanks! It’s still in the original package, I didn’t break it apart.
In the early 2000’s, my aunt brought me back a coin set. At the time, I wasn’t into collecting as much as I am now.
Can anyone please tell me...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] Found this 1983 Lincoln cent on the sidewalk and wanted to know if this is an error? If so, does it have any added value?
I’m doing what I can to solve this - asking for help, stating the facts, and doing my homework. I’m new to collecting, but I’m also an experienced...
As I said earlier, I only have this one war nickel, but I’ve had other coins tested and they’ve always been spot on.
Look, I’m just stating the facts. Do with that what you will.
That was my first question too, and was reassured that wasn’t the case.
Also, wanted to provide additional info on the coin’s weight. Normal is 5 grams, mine is 4.66 grams.
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