Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by jrh1234, Feb 27, 2013.
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That's the way it was then.
The D means it was made in Denver. They didnt make dimes in just one place, They Made them in denver,pensilvania, and san fransisco is for proofs. Any coin with an S on the obverse (only applys for modern, not pennies) is a proof. Its not that hard.
so, its worth face, show pics!
what! I cant beleve it! I've found those before too!
found what? S marked coins? Thats proof, if it is a Dime, Nickel, Quarter, Half Dollar or the above but Pennies for circulation were made in San Fransisco as well and arent rare.
i've found s nickels, no dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars
you just made my day!:too-funny:
now, dont turn this from a learning experiance, to a comedy.:stormy:
My guess would be if someone didn't know that a 1978 dime had no mint mark because it was minted at the Philadelphia mint, that they probably didn't know that the city of Charlotte had a working mint, either.
well then, ya learn somthin' new eberyday.
Im suprised people dont know the answer to these easy questions. As young as i am, I think these members are older, and I know this information as facts, The OPs question was obvious, and ofcourse Charlotte was a mint, as well as Dahlonega.
Well mabye, Im still suprised coin collectors dont know these things. (no offense)
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