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I Found This 1981 D Dime Today. Is This An Error, Or Is It Worn?

 
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PSD. It's been damaged after it left the U.S Mint.
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Deliberate damage, I'd guess.



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definitely PMD.

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It is called a dryer coin. These are damaged in commercial dryers from coins left in pockets and when vor a long spin in them. This flattens the rims over the devices. When they are left in there for a longer time, the rims are rolled over the edges of the coins:








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