Hi there. Is this a 1975 no 'S' dime? worth alot?

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  1. Zakk2019

    Zakk2019 New Member

    Videos on internet say yes, can you people here tell me your opinions? Thanks.

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  3. cwart

    cwart Senior Member

    From the still above that's a Philadelphia minted business strike. The '75 No S will be a proof coin. It will look very different from that coin.
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  4. CoinBlazer

    CoinBlazer Numismatic Enthusiast

    Please be aware the coin collecting channels on YouTube are riddled with inaccuracies. Read this thread for more information.
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  5. Seattlite86

    Seattlite86 Outspoken Member

    Why is your photo in the top left of the video you shared? Did you make this video and are you trying to get more clicks by sharing it here?
  6. Zakk2019

    Zakk2019 New Member

    Thank for your responses. My pic is my avatar, it's my Google Avatar, it must be linked to it, I just joined here. No tricks, no magic... Been all over this galaxy... I don't think there is a force magically putting our avatars on our videos. < but go to setting here and you can see how I did it> :)
  7. Zakk2019

    Zakk2019 New Member

    Specifically, I made this video to find out what this coin is.. Not bout clicks, or monitaryzation.
  8. Zakk2019

    Zakk2019 New Member

    The mint mark is.. Not correct and videos on the internet matched it to 1975 no S mint mark. And like you said... Internet videos are often wrong. That's why I zoomed in on the mint mark. That's not an S p or d... Lol. What is that?
  9. Randy Abercrombie

    Randy Abercrombie Supporter! Supporter

    You will have to forgive some of us. We are a little punch drunk with the abundance of YouTube videos that spew bad information. And some even post their poison here hoping to get additional “views” from members. Apparently there is some payoff for YouTube views. It’s quite sad. I promise it isn’t personal...... As far as your dime, it appears to be a business strike Philadelphia minted dime. Nothing extraordinary.
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  10. furham

    furham Good Ole Boy

    It is a Philadelphia minted business strike. Philadelphia did not put mint marks on dimes in 1975. If it was a proof it would look totally different.
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  11. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    Philadelphia mint, there is no mintmark. I think you are mistaking the designers initials, JS for John Sinnock, for the mint mark.
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  12. *coins

    *coins Well-Known Member

    Sorry, that is just a normal dime worth 10 cents. Finding a 1975 no s dime in circulation would be very difficult since proof dimes are only put in proof sets. To find one in circulation, you would have to find one that someone broke out of a set and spent. Good luck!
  13. Zakk2019

    Zakk2019 New Member

    There it is. Thanks for your responses and explanations. I'll be back.
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