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Possible 1992 P Roosevelt Dime Error. Need Help

 
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 Posted 03/02/2021  8:53 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add cassiesharp641 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
It's for sure an error.. but I was wondering if anyone would have any information on it... I've searched in google and cant find anything on a 1992 p where you can clearly see the othe roosevelt face... so aside from the wisecracks of hiw unexperienced I am at coin collecting could someone just let me know maybe what I'm looking at and maybe is it worth anything
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@cass, first welcome to CCF. Second, it looks like your dime is discolored, scratched, and scraped, but I'm not seeing any mint errors. What do you see with the coin in hand that looks like an error to you?


Added: I can see that you are expecting some push-back regarding damaged vs. error. You should expect only honest opinions and guidance here. On Roosevelt's face, what exactly looks like a mint error to you?
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Ty and to me on the front side I see a doubled head.. I'll try and maybe edit a pic where I see the eye and the other head rounded...
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And also under the date it seems to be cute and you can see where what I believe it a partial stamped or was to be a stamped date and mint mark.. I agree it's in rough shape.. I know cleaning a coin is not good but any suggestions so that it can be seen more clearly
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Just a damaged coin, that's all.
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Damaged coin.



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Ty all for taking the time to read my post. With my head down and shoulders slumped ( big sigh).. I'll chalk it up to damaged coin... and on to the next..
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We all go through a learning process, and hopefully learn from mistakes. Not all coins are errors, but they are out there, hiding, waiting to be discovered. The more you look at coins and become familiar with the coin making process and you become accustomed with every little detail, how a coin should look and how it shouldn't, that's how you learn. It takes time and effort, but we'll be here along the way to help you as needed. Don't be afraid to ask questions!

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