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1964 D Roosevelt Dime Blunt 9 Compared To Rounded 9

 
 
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 Posted 10/21/2019  3:56 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Jim0815 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I have quite a few 1964 D dimes in the hoard and I have two pointed tail 1964 D Roosevelt dimes. The only thing I have been able to research was that the differences between the two is the rounded 9 was minted in the early part of 1964 and the blunt 9 came after a hub redesign later that year. Is this correct? Neither the rounded 9 or the blunt 9 in the business strikes are worth much more than melt but the two rounded 9's are pretty nice examples. The fourth pic is from the blunt 1964 D version.




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There are lots of Rosie variety collectors. I'm betting if you wanted to sell a few, listing the two varieties together would certainly be pretty easy sales.

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I only have two pointed 64 D's and the both came from the same die pairing. I'll probably just tuck them both away.
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