Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Taylor Springer, Jun 30, 2020 at 5:33 PM.
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Here are some examples of cuds:
Glue?... the reverse side there is nothing wrong
The crack crosses the rim at each end. 3 and 7 o clock
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The dime looks like a die crack running from the rim near 6 o'clock north through IGWT. The anomaly running from the rim at about 2 o'clock through Roosevelt's head and then south toward the die crack looks like PMD. It's my guess that someone was trying to make this a more spectacular error than it actually was so they could sell it for more money. ~ Chris
I pulled this 2006 P roll searching
You wouldn’t believe it the one cent did have glue on it but the dime is for sure a crack I found one online that’s identical
Way to go girl! Congrats on the dime being a rim to rim die crack. It's a keeper.
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