Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Diogenes Diaz, Apr 5, 2020.
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Not a mint error of any kind.
Here are your pictures
I took 3 pictures of the rim --i don't see one groove disturbed so please give me a idea how the dime was held to do this?ty
Only the person who altered that Dime would know why it looks that way. It is definitely not a mint error.
You need to better understand how coins are minted and how true mint errors can occur. When you understand then you will see that is damage.
Trying to figure how it was done-' the rim is perfect
Really? Are you sure that isn't the earth from the Bicentennial Ike? ~ Chris
But... that’s the moon.
Wow, how did I miss it?
@paddyman98 is absolutely correct . . . this is definitely not a mint-made error coin.
I knowwwww__''just want to know how they held it down without doing damage to the rim
Una vez mas.. Only the person who did it would know that. We were not there. But we do know that the issue cannot occur during the minting process.
No! The earth is the small sphere in the upper left quadrant. The moon is beneath the eagle. ~ Chris
I think that is the moon. I think you were getting it confused with the non-Bicentennial Ike.
I stand corrected! ~ Chris
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