Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by cgibbs74, May 24, 2018.
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Detail of 1942 over 1941 Mercury Dime
The 1942-D overdate will have the “2” in “1942” almost completely over the “1” and the “D” mintmark will have been repunched, that is stamped over a “D” that was placed in the wrong position.
What this coin looks like
It's a regular 42 dime, nothing special, I see !!!
Sorry to hear about your father. Look on the reverse of the dime you posted. Just to the left at 6:00 pm you will see a D just to the right of the E in ONE. That is a Denver Mint mark. Not all coins have the Mint mark on the obverse.
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