1985 D 10c out of collar strike?

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  1. Bargainbidder

    Bargainbidder Active Member

    1985 D which has a number of eye appealing anomalies and not sure what caused them. Not sure if out of collar would create faint reed strike by IGWT area and on reverse the spread starting on letter O of ONE and increasing in spread and appearance up to DIME. Same in E. Pluribus Unum. And please feel free to point out anything else I may have missed. 20210411_200943.jpg 20210411_201011.jpg Image_2021-04-11 20_08_39_113.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_05_44_046.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_05_17_554.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_03_58_154.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_06_59_195.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_06_46_714.JPG Thanks again
     
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  3. eddiespin

    eddiespin Fast Eddie

    Normal dime. They strike up that way, most times, with all kinds of microscopic imperfections going on.
     
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  4. Bargainbidder

    Bargainbidder Active Member

    This much tolerance difference is permitted by the mint? The 2nd U in Pluribus changed the shape of the torch by its width. Image_2021-04-11 20_50_05_013.JPG Image_2021-04-11 20_50_05_013.JPG
     
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    You really need to show the edge.
    Could be a partial collar strike.
    Always show the third side.
     
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  6. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    Just my opinion, but in my eye, it is just circulation wear and tear. So PMD, NAV.
     
  7. John Burgess

    John Burgess Well-Known Member

    an few edge pictures please, I think it could be a partial collar strike.
    I'm assuming the side with United and liberty was seated, and the opposing side was not when it was struck. if so there should be a transition from reeding to no-reeding on the edge.
     
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