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1985 D Dime Possible Errors?

 
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to CCF. Fairly typical that year. Use the search box,upper left of page for more examples.
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to the CCF!

Please post the full image of both sides of your coin.

This looks like an Inadequate Upset error. Here's a post from 2016 on this topic.
http://goccf.com/t/274901

I have one almost like yours that I posted a few weeks ago. http://goccf.com/t/354227
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If the coin is under weight, the thinned area will look like that on both sides of the coin. (called a thin planchet) If it was a struck through grease area, the weight will be normal and the opposite wide would be normal. But wider view of the full coin would tell us more.
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