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Help Identifying What Is Going On With This Dime (1967)

 
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Appears to be damage from heat.
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this is not the same is it? at the back of the neck is it a strike thru?
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A photo of the '67's reverse would be most helpful. Thanks.
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here is the reverse of the 67 dime it has bulges but in different areas and the one from the obverse is really not noticeable
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When a clad coin has been in a fired, there can be a bubble that shows on the coin:

Often these are flattened as they will not work in a vending machine. But there is no premium for these, they are just post strike damage. But always knowing what happened is always better than wondering what happened to the coin. Now you know.

CoopHome: What causes a bubble on clad coins? usually the coin is heat, like in a house fire or a campfire. Just a damaged coin now. Still spendable though. (face value now only)
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This is heat damage. IHMO
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to the CCF!
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awesome I just wasnt searching the right terms I suppose...thanks again youve about answered all my questions lol until tomorrow..jk
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