Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Brooke's Bullions, Aug 5, 2020.
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The almost missing/distorted devices are most likely from a filled die probably exasperated by the die wear. The reverse exhibits MD (flat and shelflike doubling)and die deterioration.
circulation.. I have looked at many dimes from 65 to the 90s and they often show a "fading" of in, we, and the last digit of the date...there is also something called "flow lines" on the obverse moving from Roosevelt's profile to the rim and on the reverse easily seen from the torch to the rim...about the perimeter then on both sides of the coin....
Error ref.com is a good start which describes this in proper numismatic terms...
more alertness next time...thank you for your patience...
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