i have the 1953 proof dime and I think it has some kind of error. there are these lines that I thought were scratches on both sides of the coin. but now looking back at it they look like they may be strike throughs, but the strike throughs kind of look like metal shavings and have a reeded look in some areas, and the reeded edge of the coin looks like it has some damage, so since its a proof coin and there struck multiple times is there a chance on the first strike there was some kind of planchet flaw and die pulled a bit of the edge it off and it fell onto the coin and was struck onto it? the pictures where not easy to get but theres were the best I got. any info on what this is would be great, thanks
the strike-through starts near his forehead. goes under the Y through the base of the T and through the mid of the R, some rim oddity can be seen too.
line goes through the R, through the top of the E and over the B
line goes over all the letters near the edge, more edge oddity can be seen
line keeps following the edge of the coin and goes through the bottem of the W. edge oddity is seen the most
line goes under trust and a smaller one is seen going through the S,T and neck
the line is seen under the bust and comes up into the back base of the neck
small line is seen left side of the D and goes through the E and ends at the N
3 small strike throughs are on one on the flower, above the torch and under the E in states
last strike through is seen through the leaf under america
Close-ups of edge
both pics are of the edge on the obverse on the edge by liberty and in god we trust, looks like metal has been disturbed in a way idk.