Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JustinTnasty, Oct 11, 2018.
i need help identifying the errors here please
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Also this 1974 dime with what i believe is lamination errors please help me friends
What I see is all normal Environmental Damage. The discoloring occurred after it left the Mint. All worth 10 Cents each
Clad coins such as your dimes can change when exposed to the environment..
Buried in soil, dirt and sand. The weather affects the Clad Layer also. He are some metal detecting examples from my collection -
That is not a Mint Error. Just discoloration after it left the US Mint
The 1965 dime is a double die i do know
I don't see any doubling
The correct numismatic terminology is Doubled Die.. Not double die
Here is a good website -
Could you point out where you see the doubling?
Its obvious, sorry from non correct wording ,, im new to this!
Definitely need some clearer photos, can't really see anything in those.
Most Dimes show Die Deterioration Doubling due to worn die strikes.. Worthless doubling
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