Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jimm, Apr 6, 2020.
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I want back and take took a look at the reverse has anybody see doubling in the flowers on the left side of top right and left
What bout the 6 in 1967
No! It is what they call a misaligned die. ~ Chris
There is a difference between a Misaligned die strike and a Off Center strike. Here is the definition
It is a common issue especially on Dimes. It is nothing really major.
Probably deterioration doubling. Worthless doubling. And those are leaves not flowers.
A torch that stands for liberty, an olive branch that stands for peace, and an oak branch that stands for strength and independence.
Dimes are clad. The Clad is made of Cupro-Nickel. Environmental exposure will tone the Clad to a darker color..
Here is a recent CoinTalk thread on the topic with many pictures -- https://www.cointalk.com/threads/heres-the-1972-copper-dime-i-found.357912/#post-4314007
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I doubt it. You can't strike a Dime onto a Copper Cent planchet because it is larger and it won't fit into a Dime chamber. I'm sure it is just environmental toning damage.
Hahahahaha u funny
Though not major, it is kind of nifty. To the OP (@Jimm), that's the one I'd keep and spend the rest as there is nothing going on with them.
You might think he's funny, but he's right.
What mean man? Or are you upset over an exclamation point?
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