1994 dime offset strike error?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by skane, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. skane

    skane Senior Member

    any opinions on this error if it is one?

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  3. skane

    skane Senior Member

    guess that didn't work out too well. any ideas on how to enlarge this so you can actually see it. When I scanned it, it was too large for the site. This is what I ended up with...

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Use your scanner software to crop the picture and show just the dime - not all the background around it. That will reduce the file size a good deal.

    It is the file size you need to reduce - not the picture size. Do you have an option to compress your file size with your scanner software ?
  5. skane

    skane Senior Member

    No all I can do is resize the image. I don't see any information around compression. I'll start all over again and see if I can find anything...damn technology...

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Try cropping the image. You want to take a pic like this -


    And turn it into a pic like this -


    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    If all else fails - scan your pic and leave it alone. Then just email the pic to me and I'll fix ya up ;) gdjmsp@qwest.net
  8. skane

    skane Senior Member

    OK gdjmsp I emailed to you. Hope you canhelp. Thanks

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Here ya go -


    Now to your question - yes it is an error, but a minor one. The coin is struck slightly off center.
  10. skane

    skane Senior Member

    Not worth nuthin' huh?
  11. GDJMSP

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Fraid not pal :(
  12. skane

    skane Senior Member

    Well thanks so much for your help..just when I think I have something....guess i'll have to keep searching....those Wisconsin quarters are starting to look real good based on what they are going for on eBay right now... LOL....
  13. lawdogct

    lawdogct Coin Collector

    If you have Microsoft Office, you can use the Microsoft Office Picture Manager to crop and compress the image. The program has options for both under "edit"
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