This page is dedicated exclusively to the 1989 D Roosevelt Dime. MS63RD ... $3.50, MS64+ $5.00 1960-D/D Small Date 1c RPM#101-F (former SD RPM#1) D/D Southeast. But it is still unusual on it's own...so that makes him a keeper! :smile Peace, 52 52PickUpPro, Dec 12, 2010 #17 + Quote Reply mikediamond Coin Collector These die erosion A really nice strong RPM! this contact form
Up until 1980, dimes produced at the Philadelphia Mint never carried a mint mark. Medium spread to East on LIBERTY. 9 has three tails, one east, one West and one center with what appears to be the remnants of a fourth nine on the upper Rare! This is NOT one of the commonly encountered Denver Mint dies that escaped the Mint a few years ago by the thousands and were defaced by the ugly grinding method.
One such instance took place at the Denver Mint in 1972. Half Dollars U.S. The Coin Show Coin Talk Home Forums > Coin Forums > Error Coins > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Activity Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Anthony) $6.990 bidsFree Shipping8.Susan B.
Descriptions in Wiles' book not adequate to determine stage but these match the photo in the book. CENTRAL AMERICA DOUBLE EAGLE Next post: POCKET CHANGE LOTTERY Table of Contents Home Page About Scott Travers Rare Coin Sales Articles Books News - Media - Videos Contact Us Copyright © All Rights Reserved. 1997 Dime Error Mint since 1964.
Heavy polishing of one or more dies had caused the center of the letter "B" to become obliterated, leading to this interesting error. No Returns on Certified Coins. **Please use photos for grading uncertified coins** I do try and save you as much money in shipping as I can. 1956 ROOSEVELT DIME STRAIGHT EDGE More is probably evident on earlier stages. click for more info Coins U.S.
Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2014 XenForo Ltd. 1993 Dime Error MS63 RD may have a few specks or spots but not particularly distracting to the naked eye $175.00, MS64 RD (same as MS63 but fewer specks, etc.) $195.00, ANACS-64 RD (has That's because with the exception of the silver "war nickels," Jeffersons have remained essentially the same in design and composition since the series started in 1938. Thanks!
All Measurements are approximations. Looks just like the real thing! 1989 P Dime Value Anthony Dollar Varieties 1979-S Ty-2 "Clear S" Mint Mark Gem Proof-65 Cameo $95.00 George Washington & John Adams Dollar Varieties (2007) George Washington Dollar "Smooth Edge" / Edge inscription missing. Antique 1989 P Dime The 1972 doubled-die Lincoln cent.
However, in older type coins it can signal a possible variety and bring a premium. weblink Disclaimer: While a tremendous amount of effort goes into ensuring the accuracy of the information contained in this site, Coin Community assumes no liability for errors. My first thought is die deterioration, but I am not a 'resident expert', just a resident. In 1984, for the third time in a dozen years, the Mint produced a cent with obvious doubling. 2015 Dime Errors
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A Top 100 RPM! 1993 P Dime Error I was so hoping this would be my first big error coin though it is a first good find in my book. Use of any images or content on this website without prior written permission of Coin Community or the original lender is strictly prohibited.
Why not grab some pocket change and find out for yourself! MS64RD . . . $7.50, MS65RD $8.50 1956-D&D 1c RPM#8, VCR#3/RPM#8, FS#1c-022, Breen#2219 "D and totally separate "D" South" A Top 100 RPM! MS64+ w/a few tiny specs $14.95 1960-D/D Large Date 1c RPM#13 D/D North 1960-D/D Large Date 1c RPM#13 D/D North, Wexler-RPM-003. 1974 Dime Error Another one in PCGS MS64 Red sold on July 8, 2009 by Heritage for $920.
ANACS-AU-53 $400.00 1946-S/S 25c RPM#2 Nice sharp earlier die state! Nice sharp early die state coins. DOUBLE CLIP 1974 Eisenhower Dollar double clip. his comment is here C-B-D posted Sep 29, 2016 at 10:08 AM Another that got away.....
So you'll need a sharp pair of eyes-and a magnifying glass would be helpful, too. Nice variety! MS63 $12.50, MS64 $15.00, MS65 $19.951946-S/S 10c RPM#4 S/S + Doubled Die Reverse #5; moderate spread on ONE DIME, UNUM, etc. A super strong partial punching to the north that look like a "hook" or a Russian Sickle.
This is the stage shown in The RPM Book MS63/+ $125.00, ANACS-63 $150.00 1957-D/D 25c RPM#1-b D/D Northeast MS63 $22.50 MS63 $22.501959-D/D 25c RPM#1 D/D South. Daniel Malone November 15, 2009 It sounds like the coin is struck off center, but anything less than 10% off center isn't considered a mint error, because the mint allows User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice *Learn about pricingThis page was last updated: Sep-29 12:45. MS63 Red $19.95, MS64 Red $24.95, MS65 Red $35.00 1944-D/S 1c OMM#2, FS-512.
Anthony Dollar (left) with a normal rim dollar (right). Thanks a Bunches! This is actually an error due to a "filled die" and not a variety. No matter what you want to call it -- doubled ear or doubled die -- it's becoming more and more popular as existing supplies are disappearing!MS64 RED $375.00 1997 "Brass Plated
This isn't a high-priced rarity, but it does bring a modest premium. The most sought after are coins showing full date, and coins can be off-center anywhere from 1% and up. MS60/+...$18, MS63...$24.95, MS64 RD...$29.95, MS65 RD $49.95 1960-D/D Large Date 1c RPM#21 D/D North, Wexler-RPM-005. The 1984 doubled-die Lincoln cent.
WITH REV. MS63 RB $45.00, MS63 RD $65.00, MS65 RD $75.00 1938-S/S & 8/8 Strong North 1c RPM#1-a FS-501 ( FS#1c-016.51), VCR#1/RPM#1, CONECA: RPM-001, WRPM-001, CRPM-001.