Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by PrincessKelley, Feb 23, 2021 at 4:48 PM.
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This one looks like it was outside for a while. More recently, it looks like it was scraped by an aggressive roll crimper on the reverse.
Environmental toning damage to the Cupro-Nickel clad layer.. Exposure to the elements.
No! No! No! It's Crappy Zincoln!
As others have said, your dime has undergone environmental discoloring.
If you like cupro-nickel coins missing a clad layer, you'd probably like this one. I found it in a $100 Mixed P&D Bag that I got from the Mint in 2004. @Cheech9712 likes it.
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I'll give you a pass (not that you asked for one) for any mistakes in posting or knowledge simply because of the hat you are wearing.
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