Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by MatrixMP-9, Dec 13, 2019.
Is this just simple PMD or wear beyond that little "ridge" around the top edge???
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Mike Diamond: “To counter Ken's argument, it should be noted that circumferential sunken die errors are otherwise unknown. Furthermore, no matter how weakly-struck the periphery is on these 1985-D dimes, the edge is very well-struck, with strong reeding and a sharp rim/edge junction. Under Ken's scenario, you'd expect to see reeding that is weaker than normal and a beveled rim/edge junction. On this specimen, I see no grease, only the weakness that commonly appears opposite Roosevelt's braincase, which is the deepest and most extensive recess on the obverse die.”
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