Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Owen Jetton, Nov 15, 2020.
What do you all think?
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They probably ran out of ink during the printing of your Dime.
Oh wait.. Someone mentioned that coins are not printed.. My bad. I am wrong
I agree with damage. Not a Mint Error of any kind.
Hey Ed , it could be molded , they have 3D printers out now . LOL. Oh by the way Owen, "Welcome to the Party Pal " Bruce Willis .
Thank you everyone who gave helpful, non-sarcastic answers.
I’ve been doing a bit more research, and the damage to my coin looks an awful lot like the damage in these coins:
Which are reportedly the result of a grease-filled die.
I do also see how it could be damaged by a roller machine, though.
You coin is not a filled die error. Whatever caused the circular scratches scraped away the digit (as others have said).
Here is a non sarcastic answer..
Put enough pressure on one end and the coin will get damaged. Your Dime is Not a mint error.
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