1982 P Roosevelt Dime errors?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by ratpack7, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. ratpack7

    ratpack7 New Member

    I put this on the scanner to get a better look at the date and mint mark. when I looked at the scan I noticed some other spots I need to look closer at. ( I have a loupe on the way )
    I thought it was a weak strike or grease filled die but there looks like there might be some doubling.
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  3. Shoewrecky

    Shoewrecky Coin Hoarder

    I believe that is Machine Doubling and below the date are the initials J.S ( John Sinnock) the person who designed the Roosevelt dime.
  4. ratpack7

    ratpack7 New Member

    thank you... I'm going to take a closer look when my loupe gets here. and I know about the initials I just put an arrow there because it looks weak along with the 2 and the P.
  5. coinmaster1

    coinmaster1 Active Member

    That is pretty common, especially on Roosie Dimes due to how close the date and LIBERTY are to the rim. It's just like the Buffalo Nickels.
  6. ratpack7

    ratpack7 New Member

    Thanks for the info the soft 2, js, and odd P is what I was originally looking at when I found the Doubling.
  7. jallengomez

    jallengomez Cessna 152 Jockey

    Looks like scanner ghost image doubling to me. Definitely take a closer look at it under the loupe, but scanners are very good at producing reflections that just aren't there.
  8. ratpack7

    ratpack7 New Member

    got my loupe yep you were right scanner ghosts no doubling :(
  9. coop

    coop Senior Member

    Struck through error. Grease on the die. Prevents from forming devices that are filled during the strike. Common.
  10. Andrew Shutts

    Andrew Shutts New Member

    I have a 1982 p dime .but the is a p an a d together along with 2 marks under the head that are undentified marks
  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Doubled Die.. Not Double! Supporter

    You need to create your very own unique separate thread.
    With pictures!
    Don't assume it's an error. Ask all the questions first and then we will try to figure it out.
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