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Help Needed 1994-D Roosevelt Dime, Die Crack/Cud?

 
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Unfortunately it's some kind of foreign substance, perhaps glue.
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@as11, first welcome to CCF. Second, yes looks like glue to me also. You could give it an acetone soak to confirm.
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To CCF! Just glue. Not an error coin.
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you can tell by the peeling on the edge, its seems to be glue.
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