I'm totally new to coin collecting and finding errors, so go easy on me!
I was looking through a uncirculated roll of 2020 D Dimes and found this in Roosevelts hairline. I didn't think much of it at first but found a few more in the roll with the same line. Not sure if its an error, or what is, if I should keep them or not.
Thanks for the help identifying this guys! I've learned a lot already about die cracks now.
As I've been reading/ watching video's more about Die cracks, it's sounds like they are fairly common and don't hold additional value. I'm wondering if you guys collect these or not? I have about 30 of them from two rolls. What would you do? I'm curious how serious collectors think of these. Thanks again. -GB
Typically no premium for these types of die cracks, more significant die cracks from rim to rim (bisecting), interior die break, retained die breaks or those that eventually result in a cud have some premium. Check out cuds-on-coins.com