1999 D dime alot of issues..

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Trella Davis, Sep 18, 2019.

  1. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    Can a coin have multiple issues...or can it just be badly damaged? CM190918-143335017.jpg CM190918-143335017.jpg CM190918-175153013.jpg CM190918-174750008.jpg CM190918-174548005.jpg CM190918-174712007.jpg CM190918-175655001.jpg CM190918-175911005.jpg CM190918-175729002.jpg CM190918-175153013.jpg
     

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  4. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    What do you call it? If I'm trying to label it?
     
  5. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    What do you call this kind of damage, if I'm trying to label it?
     
  6. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    You have a question but are not actually asking what specifics you are seeing??

    A die chip on the eye?
    What are you seeing or do you just have a very generic question?
     
  7. Heavymetal

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  8. Burton Strauss III

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    Can a coin have multiple issues? Sure, but they are astronomically rare.

    Multiple damages - much more common. Like everyday.
     
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  9. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie


    All the die marks..by the ear and eye on obverse...on the reverse is multiple die marks or cracks... some spots look raised...and there is a fin rim
     
  10. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Yes you can have multiple damage and yes you can have multiple errors. You have die chips, die cracks and damage.
     
  11. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    I see the scratches and dings...I only asked about the things that looks odd...I think I'm getting the hang of noticing scratches and dings and deterioration.....what do you call a coin that has multiple errors? How do you word the name of the errors?
     
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  12. Legomaster1

    Legomaster1 Cointalk Patron

    There is no given name (as far as I am aware) for these kinds of coins.
    Error coins are usually very specific- Ex: Off-center, reverse/obverse die cap, doubled die, struck on __ planchet, etc.
     
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  13. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    Thanks
     
  14. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    you always need to show the entire front/obverse and back/reverse. Always. Always, always before you do anything else. Also do not include your fingers (if you watch other postings you can see, dirty, grimed, etc etc fingers .. kinda embarrassing) .. always put a coin on a flat single color surface such as paper, etc.

    I mention that as I think you are trying to identify a minor die clash too .. but with those images I have no idea. Die clashes you need to see both complete sides of the coin with good non-bright reflective images.
     
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  15. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    There is not a name that I am aware of for multiple errors on the same coin as it's rare. However each error is specific in name, description and the definition of the error. It does take time to learn so be patient.
     
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  16. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    Sorry...I thought I did post obverse and reverse before I took more detailed pictures...you can't see them?
     
  17. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    I see 2 full obverse images, no reverse.
    What do you see?
     
  18. Trella Davis

    Trella Davis Bellathescorkie

    I don't know why you can't see it...I'll upload it again.. CM190918-143411018.jpg
    Screenshot_20190919-014153_Samsung Internet.jpg
     
  19. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    I was just seeing things from the super up close images. So no die minor clash from what I can see but an off-center strike which is why you see a thick rim on one side and thin on the other.

    I see what happened. Your first post has all full size images *except* for the reverse which is just an attachment (you have to click on it to see).
     
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