The images struck onto the obverse and reverse will often "expand" or stretch out to create a slightly misshapen coin. Marcus Ogden Hi I've found a 2011 p dime is this worth anything or will it be in future could someone please advise thanks in advance đź™‚ JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Marcus -- This one has an interesting die chip on the 9 of date as an added bonus to the doubled die! View Coin 2005-P | Broadstuck with Rev Brockage STRUCK 2005 P 10C BROAD WITH REVERSE BROCKAGE NGC MS 64 - This coin commemorates the year that I started this collection (although Check This Out
Nice sharp strike Blazing Red MS64 $19.95, MS65 Red Blazer $35.00 1945-S/S 1c RPM#1 MS63 RD $12.50, MS64Red $18.50 1945-S 1c Ty-1 and Ty-2 Mint Mark Styles. Plus, itâ€™s superbly struck (off-center coins usually are found with sharp full detail). Neat variety now listed in A Quick Reference to the Top Lincoln Cent Varieties where it is listed as CLO-002. and the l in liberty is shortened any ideas?
Thanks, Josh TomJoadisJob I just came across this dime. All silver was removed from the alloy of US circulating coinage. MS63 Red $19.95, MS64 Red $24.95, MS65 Red $35.00 1944-D/S 1c OMM#2, FS-512.
I am sure you know where this is going…. I also have 2 1967 dimes without mint marks. The combination of their 90% silver composition and low weight helps keep purchasing costs at a very reasonable rate. Dime 1970 MS64RD (Small spot in center of reverse) $12.95, MS65RD slight carbon on obv / not too bad at all $25.00 1942-D/D 1c RPM#3 D/D South.
These are rare and aren't as widely traded on the marketplace. Dime Error List Light rotational spread on 3 of date, and ribbon end and doubling on entire length of the right leg of the R of TRUST MS63/+ $35.00 1964-D/D 25c RPM#1 MS-63/+ $24.95 Should I keep, does it have any collectors value JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Tod - Very observant! We've handled more of this variety than any other dealer in the past two decades!
TomJoadisJob Thanks. 1946 Dime Mint Mark This Doubled Die Obverse, often nicknamed the "Doubled Ear," displays strong doubling of the curl of hair above Lincoln’s ear and even stronger on the ear lobe; less obvious doubling shows MS63RD...$12.50, MS64 RD $18.50 1960-D/D/D Large Date 1c RPM#35 D/D/D East & Upper Serif MS63RD ... $3.50, MS64/+ $5.00 1960-D/D Large Date 1c RPM#36 D/D East MS63RD ... $3.50, MS64/+ $5.00 Hi Hi, i have found a dime with no S or D on it.
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hello, Tina -- Would you please post a photo of your 1981 dime with the extra dot? check these guys out All Roosevelt Dimes All Roosevelt Dimes All Buy It Now Roosevelt Dimes All Buy It Now Roosevelt Dimes 1972 DIME 3 COIN SET S PROOF P & D IN US MINT 1965 Roosevelt Dime Error Does it have a value? Roosevelt Dime Mint Errors Most have plating blisters but are solid Red!
A faint ghost image of the Memorial Bldg can be seen on the uniface reverse! $12.50 Jefferson Nickel Varieties 1939 5c Doubled Die Reverse (Doubled MONTICELLO, FIVE CENTS) DDR#1! http://redstart.net/dime-error/most-valuable-roosevelt-dimes.html Thanks JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Charles -- This 1975 Roosevelt dime appears to have significant wear and even some post-mint damage, but I don't see any evidence of errors in these two photographs. Very few of these were made with only four o All Coins Comics Notes Home About Events Locate Dealers Contact FAQs RegistryChat BoardsJournalsNewsBenefitsJoin Now Members Sign In E-mail: Password: Remember I could stare at it and marvel for hours (and I have!). Roosevelt Dimes Worth Money
It shows a close spread on ONE CENT, upper UNITED, the I of AMERICA and very slightly on the designer's initials. It's been very hard to find any silver in circulation since the 1970s and early 1980s. Alejandro E Ese i have a rosevelt dime 1970 D any idea what it might worth? http://redstart.net/dime-error/2004-d-roosevelt-dime-errors.html MS62 RB spots $19.95, MS63 RD w/a few specks typical for the grade $25.00, MS64 RD $45.00, MS65 RD $95.00 1947-D/D 1c RPM#3 South.
Doubled Die Varieties All of the above are true double die mint errors, and not to beÂ confused the "Poor Man's" double diesÂ which are not true double dies, but abraded dies or 1946 D Dime The so-called "Phantom D" variety was created by the Mint by grinding the Denver Mint Mark off the master hub and then using it to produce a master die for Philadelphia This is the stage with a multitude of fine die-lines on the obv/rev.
MS63/+ Red ... $45.00 1963-D 1c 3/3 Doubled Die Obverse, VCR#1/DDO#1, CONECA-1-O-VIII, Wexler-001-StageB, Breen#2241, FS#-025.8; shows as a doubled cusp and slight lower loop of 3, MS63 $26.50, MS64 RED $37.50 Sold Out -- Wanted To Buy Walking Liberty Half Dollar Varieties 1943-D 50c CONECA MD 1-0-II, Flynn DDO-001. The San Francisco coin is the most valuable of this series with 27,900,000 produced. 1946 Mercury Dime MS64/+ $7.95 2005-P 25c Minnesota Doubled Die Reverse #30.
I have a Miscellaneous Dime Error.See results without voting 1968S - A few 1968 Roosevelt Proof Dimes produced at the San Francisco mint were missing their mint marks. There is no year because that's on the front. A nice stronger stage that shown in either edition of the RPM Book and displays a complete D/D to the east plus a split upper serif. http://redstart.net/dime-error/1963-roosevelt-dime-error.html So, instead of the normal contest among American artists for the design of the coin, Chief Engraver John R.
You can also get a variety of Books about Coins for the e-readers. MS63 ... $5.00, MS64RD ... $6.50, MS65RD $7.50 1953-D/D/D 1c RPM D/D S & D in Vest RPM-028, WRPM-040, FS-50. (Discovered by yours truly) Later Die State; secondary D below primary Temp Sold Out -- Will have a couple in a few weeks. A Top 100 RPM!
While the U.S. Total of four coins: MS63 $14.95, MS64 $24.95, MS65 $39.00 2007-P John Adams Dollar. I have a 1964 Double Die. Conversely, coins that have been graded too high (in our opinion) based on the standards of a given grading service, will be noted as such by our opinion of the grade
Here again all are rare dimes being either scarce or rare with very few of the original mintage surviving until today. Fantastic variety shows obvious traces of a totally separate "S" Mint Mark in the field just below the 1&9 of date! Below you will find the following information for the Roosevelt Dime: Design Specifications and Mintages for 1946-1964 Design Specifications and Mintages for 1965 to date Rare Coins and Errors to Watch coins produced during the 20th century.
MS63/64 mostly Red w/some purple tone...$4.50, MS63+ RD....$5.95, MS64/+RD $7.50 1960-D/D Large Date 1c RPM#17 D/D Wide North. Best, Josh Joanne Joshua in going through a coin collection I came across 1986 mint set certified uncirculated with two sealed sleeves one has a Denver Mint tag with red edges Sharp earlier die state MS63 $24.95, Gem MS64/+ $35.00 2004-P Peace Nickel "Handshake" 5c Doubled Die Obverse#1. If you have old (pre-1965) silver dimes, quarters and half dollars, these will not have the P mark, but instead will be blank if they were produced at the Philly Mint.
MS62 $10.00, MS63 $14.50, MS64 $18.001946-D 10c Doubled Die Obverse shows moderate on "BER & Y" of LIBERTY shifted towards center; light on forehead. The head was facing left. Thank you, Josh Tina Bort It won't let me upload a picture Eva A. Set Goals Roosevelt Dime Errors are scarce.
A Top 100 RPM!MS63 R&B (mostly red) $15.00, MS64 R&B (mostly red with a few light specs) $29.95, MS64RD...$45.00, MS65RD $75.00 1953-D/D 1c RPM#5 D/D Southwest. Write a guide Explore more guides View previous Roosevelt Dimes Buying Guide Image Roosevelt Dimes Buying Guide Published by: eBay Your Guide to Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorabilia Image Your Guide to