Newbie Here. Is this PMD?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Freemont, Jan 25, 2021.

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Can genuine minting errors be on both sides

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  1. Freemont

    Freemont New Member

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    Is this just PMD? if not what is it and if so what do you think happened? As a rule of thumb can genuine minting errors be on both sides?
     
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  3. Robert Ransom

    Robert Ransom Well-Known Member

    PMD and the possible reasons are endless. Just be happy with PMD and spend it.
    Welcome aboard The CT Train. Hope you learn much while you enjoy the ride. :)
    Errors can be multi sided but not that common.
     
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  4. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Supporter! Supporter

    Welcome to Coin Talk. PMD. Any number of ways that can cause this kind of damage.
     
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  5. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Big Hello and welcome ! Yes this is damaged after the mint = PMD . Keep at it ! Thanks .
     
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  6. Brandon3545

    Brandon3545 Member

    lol don't worry im new here to and they don't like any of the coins i find so don't worry keep looking its to much fun
     
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  7. mike estes

    mike estes Active Member

    hi and welcome Freemont to CT. your pictures are good but you want them better next time especially if you have a coin that your asking about and members would need some good close ups. the dime your asking about is PMD. keep on looking and good luck
     
  8. bikergeek

    bikergeek Member

    In response to your question about genuine mint errors - there are a BUNCH of them and yes, they can affect both sides (or for that matter, the entirety) of the coin. Coins struck on the wrong planchet and/or with the wrong metal, clipped coins, clashed coins (where the reverse die has an image of the obverse, and vice versa, due to the dies coming together without a planchet between them). Google is your friend on this question - but I will share this link from the ANA which has some good pictures in addition to background info: https://www.money.org/uploads/treasures/TreasuresPDF.pdf
     
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  9. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    A lot of people go a head and spend coins like this. I have been keeping all the damaged coins like this one, in jars; one each for each denomination of coins. Will a bank take them if I want to deposit them in my account?
     
  10. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    To answer your questions first one YES, second PMD. Welcome to CT, keep up the good search. Thanks for the post.
     
  11. whopper64

    whopper64 Active Member

    Thanks for the info in the article!
     
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  12. capthank

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  13. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    It's PMD, post mint damage so spend it. Welcome to CT.
     
  14. eddiespin

    eddiespin Fast Eddie

    Yes, you're right, it's PMD! I wish others that come on here can recognize it as easily as you. Believe it or not, many of them would have trouble with this one.
     
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  15. mike estes

    mike estes Active Member

    your so right in regards to some having trouble and would get offended when there questions are answered by very the experienced. to your last question regarding errors on both sides. they do happen. keep up the good search, you will find some
     
  16. johnmilton

    johnmilton Well-Known Member

    The best way to learn to tell the difference between mint errors and post mint damage is the learn how coins are made. That way you can more easily tell the difference.

    The irregularities on the piece that you posted could not be caused by the meeting of two dies. The only way that some resembling that could happen would be if a foreign object was between the dies when the coin was struck. The nature of the problems with your coin precludes. that.
     
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  17. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Hi sis. Sorry to say your dime is beat up more then most others. Thanks for asking
     
  18. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    more. More better. Tried to cut and paste. Didn’t get it right. Darn it. Was trying to evolve
     
  19. Freemont

    Freemont New Member

    'Lol...i'm having a lot of trouble spending any coins now, like they might be overtaking my house
     
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  20. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Do like I would . Roll them up and cash them in . I did that with some of my Coins found while Metal Detecting . ( after a cleaning of course )
     
  21. johnmilton

    johnmilton Well-Known Member

    Yes, that’s why there is a reported coin shortage. Coins are not getting out into circulation because people are not getting out in circulation. When they do, they often pay with plastic. Some people think they can catch Covid by handling money, which is another reason what coins and currency are getting used.
     
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