2000 p dime with the last 0 missing/faded

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by lotusboyrulz, Apr 7, 2013.

  1. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    if you look at the coin it looks like its a 200 p . is there any value besides face value.
     
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  3. Jo Money

    Jo Money Junior Senior Member

    Pics or it didn't happen

    beat ya to it :p
     
  4. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    i need to find a camera first!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Kirkuleez

    Kirkuleez 80 proof

    It very commonly happened. Usually the missing digit is the result of a weak strike or die deterioration or a combination of the two.
     
  6. non_cents

    non_cents The Frisco Kid

    Could also be a minor struck through grease or other debris, although we won't really know until pictures are posted. Regardless of cause, such a minor error would not command much of a premium if any.
    Keep up the hunt!
     
  7. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    P4060018.jpg P4060021.jpg P4060024.jpg
    the one on the far left is the 200 p dime. the other pics are pictures of a 1953 gold toned dime would it be worth any thing. besides melt value
     
  8. Jo Money

    Jo Money Junior Senior Member

    Thank you :thumb: looks interesting regardless of its value
     
  9. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    still have no clue what it is
     
  10. frankstony

    frankstony New Member

    1865 STG 3 cent nickel.jpg The First dime is what is called a STG, struck through grease. I am no expert and usually I am on here arguing about some minor little detail on a cent. I have several STG's most of them are three cent nickels. I do have a couple of dimes also, not trying to cut into your post but here is a STG error. I say error but others say damage. I guess if the STG was bad enough to erase major features or complete words it might command a premium.
     
  11. frankstony

    frankstony New Member

    As far as the other dimes I would say tarnish. Weigh them or do the popsicle stick trick and see if it weighs more or less than other silver dimes. If it is heavier then an average silver then it may have something mixed in the alloy.
     
  12. lotusboyrulz

    lotusboyrulz Member

    its withen in .01 grains as my proof 1953 dime.
     
  13. RedRaider

    RedRaider Well-Known Member

    Here is a pretty dramatic struck through grease indian head cent.

    obv.jpg rev.jpg

    They can be pretty neat.
     
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  14. frankstony

    frankstony New Member

    nice, I love indians
     
  15. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    :thumb:Nice one!!!
    I think Roosevelt Dimes 1946-2013 are One of the most Over looked coin series USA has ever made!!! I lost the photo but I found 1909 that the 1999-P had Middle 909 9 tail missing.
    :yes:I posted on cointalk as 1909 Roosevelt dime found. but searched old post could not find the thread.
     
  16. jello

    jello Not Expert★NormL®

    As said before grease or just a worn die.
    But a nice keeper!

    C phone
     
  17. 2000 p dime last 0 faded but visible can you help appraise it?
     

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  18. FoundinTN

    FoundinTN Big AM

    I have this one
    Photo on 7-21-19 at 8.26 AM.jpg
     
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  19. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    Welcome to the neighborhood, Tim!

    You posted this in a thread that is more than 6 years old. It will likely disappear from "Recent Topics" real fast.

    In the future, it's best that you start your own thread and include photos.

    Chris
     
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