Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Momof4, Jul 29, 2020.
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All those "radial flow lines" on your coins are an indication of a very worn die.
Show a good quality photo or two.
Please start your own thread, with photos. Never heard or even seen a 1964 clad dime. They're all silver.
I have to figure out a good way to show the coin.
Have you purchased a Red Book? A book load of useful information. Unless someone has taken to counterfeiting dimes, it's 90% silver.
1964 was not a transitional year for coins. It's impossible.
No but it would be possible to find a 1965 silver.
A good first step would be a weight. The tolerance ranges of the clad and 90% silver dimes do not overlap. Weight won't be conclusive but it will be a good indicator.
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