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1981 Dime DDO And DDR?

 
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yeah not sure what going on with the mint mark either appreciate you Dearborn
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And would it be considered a full band FB also
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Not FB and that only really counts on merc dimes IMHO. I see a LDS dime, aka struck with worn out dies. Please work on taking a bit better photos in future posts, less glare and in focus. Also, as a general rule: one full coin pic of the obverse and reverse as well as one or two close-ups where and when needed.
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When we see in the title possible DDO and DDR, it usually has neither, and that is the case here. Please crop your photos so there is no wasted space,
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The fields are showing die flow lines. The devices die wear and the devices on Liberty are showing MD on the bottoms of these devices. These are die events. (aging). Looks like this die was polished a couple of times before and now the devices are starting to distort. (Polishing to a die is like a facelift) So the die will probably be re-polished one more time and then see if it is is worth one more polishing. But they start to distort more at that dies continue to age.
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