1986 P Roosevelt Dime Clash?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by PamR, Feb 28, 2024.

  1. PamR

    PamR You Never Know! Supporter

    Not sure on this one. Thanks for any comments.
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  3. Jersey magic man

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    I am sorry, but I don't see any clash marks. Based on the orange peel effect (or are those polish marks?) I would say this was struck from a worn die. If they are polish marks, there may have been clash marks but they have been removed. Maybe you could circle where you see clash marks so we can evaluate them better.
  4. expat

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    @PamR what you are seeing are radial flow lines caused by a worn die. A clash would show part (s) of the opposite side details. When two dies strike each other with no planchet between, impressions are made on one or both dies.
    This is a dime from 1 year earlier than yours. You can clearly see the the part under his chin between the left branch and the torch. And under the OF AM you an see part of the truncation line of his neck. Hope this helps
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  5. paddyman98

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    I agree with a worn die strike.
    Those are definitely striations on the field.
    Not a Die Clash issue.
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  6. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast Supporter

    Nice pics, Pam!!
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  7. PamR

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    Yes it does. Thank you!
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  10. PamR

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    Thank you!
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