Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jimmy sanchez, Sep 17, 2019.
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Here ia some great information
Thank you sir. Always good to know some experts. Also thanks for the info.
I agree with Mr. P.
I don't collect dimes, but I don't recall any grading service that attributes "Full Torch". Does anyone else know?
Check out this video
Unfortunately, the video did not fully explain the "Full Torch" attribution on the NGC specimen. It only defined the horizontal & vertical bands. Based on that, the "torch" could be completely worn, but as long as the bands are present, it would receive the "FT" attribute.
unlike full-step nickels that are supposed to be a minimum MS60/business strike only...Spark
This site also includes the FB Mercury dime: https://coinweek.com/us-coins/modern-dime-designations-what-are-full-bands-and-full-torch/
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I think NGC uses FT (full torch) and PCGS uses FB (full bands) with both designations meaning the same thing.
You can see what NGC requires for the FT designation on this site: https://rooseveltdimes.net/full-torch-or-full-bands-roosevelt-dime/
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