Roosevelt Dime Error List

Updated on February 27, 2015

Valuable Dimes -

It's fairly easy to say that Roosevelt Dimes are one of Americas's most forgotten about coins. With billions upon billions produced, these small coins pass through thousands of hands each day. Sadly, these unique little gems are shoved into pockets and coin pouches without so much as even a glance at the actual coins. They're almost too common to be noticed! Don't let commonality fool you though. Utilizing a keen eye, there are many valuable Roosevelt Dimes that can be found in circulation. In this article, we'll discuss the history of the Roosevelt Dime, common values for key dates, and go over a complex valuable dime error list! Keep reading to learn more.

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History of the Roosevelt Dime -

The first year of mintage for the Roosevelt Dime was in 1946. At this time in history, United States coinage was shifting towards designs that depicted and honored previous U.S. Presidents. Featuring Franklin D. Roosevelt, these dimes became the official replacement for the previously minted Mercury Dimes. Below, you'll find a few key notes about the history of the Roosevelt Dime.

1947 Silver Roosevelt Dime
1947 Silver Roosevelt Dime | Source
  • Early in its production (1946-1964), Roosevelt Dimes were minted with a composition containing 90% silver.
  • The designer of the dime is John R. Sinnock. His initials can be found on the lower part of Roosevelt's neckline.
  • Of all the modern coins in circulation, the Roosevelt Dime stands as the only coin to remain relatively unchanged. Whereas every other denomination has seen significant design changes over the years, the Roosevelt Dime design has not changed since 1946. The only minor change to these dimes was the elimination of silver in its composition. This change occurred in 1965.

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Composition and Melt Value:

If you're interested in investing in silver, but have a tight budget to work with, early Roosevelt Dimes could make for a great starting place. The combination of their 90% silver composition and low weight helps keep purchasing costs at a very reasonable rate.

Value of Roosevelt Dimes. Pictured above is 1963 Silver Dime
Value of Roosevelt Dimes. Pictured above is 1963 Silver Dime

1946-1964:

  • Weight – 2.5 Grams
  • Metal Composition – 90% Silver, 10% Copper
  • Melt Value – Approx. $2.89

1965-Present:

  • Weight – 2.27 Grams
  • Metal Composition – 75% Copper, 25% Nickel
  • Melt Value – Approx. $0.02

*You'll be able to distinguish Silver Roosevelt Dimes from Nickel Clad Dimes by their subtle color difference and a distinctive "clink" against other change.

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Value of Roosevelt Dimes:

Besides the silver value of the pre-1965 mintages, it's unfortunate to report that there are very few regular-minted Roosevelt Dimes that are worth more than their melt values. However, throughout the years there have been a handful of scarce mintage years. These Roosevelt Dimes are known as Key Dates, and their values are listed below.

Proof Dimes, like the one above, are generally worth more than normal minted dimes, but they can only be purchased with Proof Sets. You won't find these in circulation.
Proof Dimes, like the one above, are generally worth more than normal minted dimes, but they can only be purchased with Proof Sets. You won't find these in circulation.
  • 1949S – This particular mintage is considered to be the only true key date Roosevelt dime. The value of a 1949S Roosevelt dime ranges from $10 in EF condition to $200 for mint state specimens.
  • 1949 – Semi Key date. Values range from slightly above melt to $30 in mint state condition.
  • 1951S – Semi Key date. Values range from slightly above melt up to $25 for coins in mint state condition.
  • 1952S – Semi Key date. Values range from slightly above melt up to $25 for specimens in mint state condition.

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Roosevelt Dime Errors List -

When seeking value in the Roosevelt Dime collection, one must pay close attention to error coins. Rare Roosevelt Dime errors will definitely pull the highest premiums! Since many Roosevelt Dime errors can be found in circulation, taking that extra second or two to scan through your pocket change might just pay off!

Nationally Recognized Roosevelt Dime Errors - These Roosevelt Dime Error coins were released directly into circulation. With a lot luck, you still may be able to find these coins floating around out there!

  • 1982P – This recognized mint error coin missing the P mint mark, is considered to be the most valuable Roosevelt dime ever to be released into circulation. With only 15,000 believed to have escaped, values for these dimes can sometimes exceed $500 for specimens in mint state condition.
  • 1964D – This recognized mint error dime exhibits double striking of the die on the reverse side. It is known as the 1964D Double Die Reverse Error. Coins range from around $10 in Fine condition to around $75 in Mint State.

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Roosevelt Dime Proof Errors - There are several different Roosevelt Proof Dimes that contained errors. These coins were minted at the San Francisco Mint and were never released directly into circulation. They are found in old proof sets.

What Type of Roosevelt Dime Error Do You Have?

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  • 1968S - A few 1968 Roosevelt Proof Dimes produced at the San Francisco mint were missing their mint marks. Depending on the condition of the coin, values have been known to exceed $20,000.
  • 1970S - Again missing a mint mark, these San Francisco Minted dimes can reach values of $500+.
  • 1975S - Keeping with the trend, some of the 1975 Proof Dimes were also missing a mint mark. Values for these coins are unknown as only a couple coins featuring this error exist.
  • 1983S - Another missing mint mark year, these Proof Dimes can realize values of $1,500+.

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Miscellaneous Dime Errors - Every year, a handful of dimes containing a wide range of errors will escape from the mint. They often contain one of the following traits.

1995 Roosevelt Dime Struck Slightly Off Center. The off center strike can be observed near the top of the coin where there are two rim marks.
1995 Roosevelt Dime Struck Slightly Off Center. The off center strike can be observed near the top of the coin where there are two rim marks.

Coin values are directly based on their Grade or condition. Its important to understand the Grading Scale in order to properly place a value on your Roosevelt Dime.

  • Clipped Planchet - Caused by a mis-feed in the minting process, clipped planchet dimes will exhibit a missing section (often elliptical shaped). Clipped planchet dimes in Mint State condition can fetch $30 on a good day!
  • Blank Planchet - These unique dimes escape the mint without ever getting struck with a design. Blank on both sides, these dime errors usually only reach values of a couple dollars.
  • Off Center Strike - Off center strike coins feature an obverse or reverse image that did not align properly when getting struck. These coins are often misshapen and show areas of blank planchet. Values depend on the degree of the off center strike, but can reach $10 - $20 per coin.

1980 Roosevelt Dime Error Missing Clad Layer.
1980 Roosevelt Dime Error Missing Clad Layer. | Source
  • Broadstrike - Roosevelt Dimes that exhibit a broadstrike error will always have a smooth rim. This error is caused when the collar die fails during striking. The images struck onto the obverse and reverse will often "expand" or stretch out to create a slightly misshapen coin. Values for this dime error lay in the $5 - $10 range.
  • Missing Clad Layer - Occurring during the minting process, a few dime planchets will be produced that contain a missing Nickel Clad layer. These dimes expose the copper core on either the obverse or reverse side of the coin. Values for these coins usually top out at around $20.

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While most of the value contained in the Roosevelt Dime collection lies with the error varieties, it doesn't mean that they aren't still fun to collect. In fact, the low collecting pressure put on Roosevelt Dimes means that they are a great way to inexpensively put together an entire collection of U.S. coinage! As silver prices continue to rise, you may have to purchase the early years of mintage, but the rest of the Roosevelt Dime collection should be easy to find in circulation. Overall, Roosevelt Dimes are a great way for beginner collectors to get "their foot in the door". Thanks for reading this guide on Roosevelt Dimes and valuable dime errors!

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        Isidro Rivera 

        8 days ago

        Have a 1993 P roosevelt dime that haves a weird ring type in the forhead like a tumor and it also effects the back. Never seen one like it. Does it have any value? A little ifo would be helpful.

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        David Fyffe 

        8 days ago

        Need a pro to determine ,My value

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        Joe 

        9 days ago

        I have a 1963 dim

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        Zach 

        9 days ago

        I have 1975 silver dime with letter "w"cut under and letter D on top letter P under 1975

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        I have a 2017 D missing cladding on both obverse and reverse. Anyone else? 

        13 days ago

        I have a 2017 D missing cladding on both obverse and reverse. It's totally copper colored. Anyone else?

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        1980 D dime with off center in the area of in god we trust 

        2 weeks ago

        Is it rare?

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        Miss louise harrison 

        2 weeks ago

        I av a 1889 one penny , could u please tell me todays value . thanku

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        Isaac 

        2 weeks ago

        I have 1982 D error coin on back

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        Robert Grah 

        4 weeks ago

        I have a 1957 Denver minted dime that is missing the letter e in God we trust any help would be appreciated

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        Oldman 

        4 weeks ago

        Have 80s dime ddo with God stamped twice anyone else

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        LisaMarie 

        5 weeks ago

        Well i have a 1967 Roosevelt dime that dull in luster but same colour thru the metal and entire coin all edges are visible and no major damage also the 6 is much larger then the rest of the numbers of date . i haven't cleaned it yet or looked very closely thats my first glance observations . Anything else i should be looking for ?

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        Rizaldy araos 

        5 weeks ago

        I have a 1946 wide reed edge dime

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        Antonio 

        6 weeks ago

        If I have a newly discovered uncirculated 1967 SMS Double die Roosevelt dime what would it be worth ? I have searched high and low and have been unable to find a single 1967 SMS double die dime anywhere ...

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        Daniel Jacks 

        6 weeks ago

        I have a 2010 dime that has cud on chin

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        Tarpin 

        6 weeks ago

        I have a 2002 p copper dime and it's solid copper. I have served every were. And i can't find any. So I called to ask someone about it and they were extremely interested in it I got what I thought was a low offer. If someone could tell me what it's worth would be great

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        Doug 

        6 weeks ago

        I have a 1965 dime looking like it is missing the outer ring cause I can see 3 layers the middle looks copper

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        Jim 

        6 weeks ago

        I have a 1991 p Roosevelt dime , looks like either it was struck hard or twice on the face side the outer edge is very high , pic is deep , copper partly on edge and slightly offset

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        Ed zilch 

        6 weeks ago

        I have a 1973D Roosevelt dime with a defect on the date.the number one has a silver line that connects the nine.is it rare.

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        Hukam 

        7 weeks ago

        I have one cent 1978.1993.1987.no mint mark .one dime 1972d .hong kong25 cent 1980

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        MARY 

        7 weeks ago

        I have a 2013 dime, with a 9 and a 5, printed in his hair, bahind his ear, also has what looks like a triangle, above his eyebrow

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        Lora Lankford 

        7 weeks ago

        I was hoping you could tell me about this de is it of value perhaps a rare ertor coin

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        Linda 

        2 months ago

        Have a dime smaller than normal dimes. Strange. No date , stamped D... Need help.

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        Michelle 

        2 months ago

        I have a 1965 dime with no mint and the face has no hair what is this worth ?

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        Ron 

        2 months ago

        Has a dime with face of dime has copper ring inside face coin and round of bump on face and really thin .

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        HARVEY GLIDDEN 

        2 months ago

        I HAVE A 2015 P ROOSEVELT DIME WITH THE LETTERS TRUST YOU CAN SEE WITH A MAGNIFIER BEHIND HIS HEAD. WHAT IS IT WORTH?

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        Jimmy 

        2 months ago

        I have 2005 D and P mint mark on it and I was wondering if that’s normal ?

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        ninja 

        2 months ago

        i have a 1989 p dime and on the side part its thicker on one side and thinner on the other and on the thicker side theres a little line thing in between

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        Gary Hills 

        2 months ago

        I have a 1961 Roosavelt Dime with a D over S mint mark ..has anyone seen or heard of this year having any D over S before ?

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        Kenneth Gillespie 

        3 months ago

        I have a 1988 us dime that has half the U missing on the United, is it worth anything?

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        Dstauby 

        3 months ago

        I have a 1972 mistrike, both back and front show errors. Front of coin, top of Roosevelt's head is touching the edge of the coin. Back of coin "United States of" has been over stamped

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        Alvin Horzuesky 

        3 months ago

        I have a Roosevelt dime and I'm both sides it looks like there's just a little bumps all over on his face I mean everywhere on both sides of this dime I don't know what it is I'd like to

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        Shawn 

        3 months ago

        I have a dime from 1980 d. With the Roselvelt head doubled.im New at this stuff. It looks like it was stamped twice. You don't need a magnifieying glass. You can see it.

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        Fin 

        3 months ago

        Found a red/penny colored dime a few days ago, it's a 2000 P

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        Chip W 

        3 months ago

        I found a 2001 P Roosevelt Dime (Copper). Either the coin never received the nickel cladding layer or it has somehow been environmentally removed. Is there a way to determine which of these are the cause of this rare coin? Any idea of the coins value? I do have a picture, but don't know how to attach it to this forum.

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        Steve 

        3 months ago

        I found a 2001 P Copper Roosevelt Dime. Did it never receive the cladding layer or has it been removed by some environmental process? Is there a way to determine which was the cause? Any idea of the value?

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        Shelbar53 

        3 months ago

        I heard a different sound in my change. I found a 1968 Roosevelt Dime in poor condition. It weighed 1.75 grams, looked thinner but same size when I put on top of another dime. It didn’t stick to a magnet. Any idea of what it is?

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        Keith 

        3 months ago

        I have a dime with the ear protruding from the head almost looks like it was shot with a BB gun it's a 1989 struck D

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        Ed 

        3 months ago

        How much is a js 1962 with the (d) on the back worth???

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        Robin 

        3 months ago

        I have a dime where part of the dime is missing what’s that mean

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        Dana 

        3 months ago

        Has anyone seen a 2017 d dime with a slight gold tintand is it worth anything?

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        Edward 

        3 months ago

        I have a dime and the front is flat exccept for a small spot in the middle where it has part of he's head

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        Luishes Mosley 

        3 months ago

        I have a dime that is missing the letter "E" on the back of it where it says dime is it worth more then 10 cents

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        John 

        3 months ago

        I have a 1963 s with no mint mark dime

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        Jeff 

        3 months ago

        I have a 1996P dime with uneven rim on front and two extra leafs on left hand branch. Has this been seen before? Can't find any information on it or it's possible worth

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        Nolan Shanks 

        4 months ago

        I have a dime with multiple clipped areas. If anyone wants to buy it, I'm selling it for $15

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        Rick Spencer 

        4 months ago

        I have a dime that is missing the last number in the year, like 2018 / my dime only has 200 D mint mark

        If it was made in the year 200 A. D. ?

        But its not made then, from #1, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0

        Last 4th number is missing.

        Big Time ERROR

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        Ken Gilliland 

        4 months ago

        1 have 2 1968 no mint Mark very good condition 4 1975 no mint Mark and 1 1970 no mint Mark are they worth anything?

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        Daniel 

        4 months ago

        I have a 1977 with no mint mark and the word Liberty is on the edge

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        Milton Evans. 

        4 months ago

        I have a 2006 Roosevelt copper dime minted in Denver I'd like to know it's value.

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        Linda 

        4 months ago

        This is a yellow/ gold color dime 1976 Denver mint with smooth edges. What is it worth?

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        Marcin 

        4 months ago

        I have 1999 d dime very dark brown , any body know whey the dark color

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        Donald Scroggins 

        4 months ago

        I have a 2011 d dinner solid copper. Anybody have info about it it would help.

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        Jess 

        5 months ago

        I have a 196? Dime that has a thick outter rim and it is such a thick rim that there is no last number. Any ideas?

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        Jeffrey O Pierce 

        5 months ago

        I have a 1967 dime that has 2 bubbles the larger of the 2 almost cover the nuclear to R in liberty while smaller one is at back of head at the edge of neck and hairline

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        Charles Gonzalez 

        5 months ago

        I have a 2010-D Dime the texture Both fron and back looks like a even rough texture??? Any ideas what could cause this??.

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        km 

        5 months ago

        it also did not mention the A and M touching which is a mint error

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        Dottie ware 

        5 months ago

        I have a 1974 fine with no mint mark. What kind of value does it have?

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        Amy Locklear 

        5 months ago

        I have a dime that don't have a year on it. Can anyone give me some information about it. Also it doesn't feel like other coins. Its lighter in weight.

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        Casrlos 

        5 months ago

        I have a 2015 P I guess because the date is hard to define LIBERTY is blurred and In God we trust mostly missing,is like something else was minted on Roosevelt face,another is 1994 D,the second 9 in the date is almost gone ,another is 1993 the word liberty is almost gone,God trust we is missing and the date is blurr

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        kerry Cooper 

        5 months ago

        My wife just handed me a dime that appears to be a double struck with 1986 - 1916

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        Timothy 

        5 months ago

        I have a 1967 dime with no we in the in God we trust can anyone tell me what’s the error worth? Also it has slight scrape in the torch and weird punch mark on the back.

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        John 

        5 months ago

        1970 o dime, its as o not a d

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        Johb 

        5 months ago

        I got a 1970 o dime, how much

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        Shawn 

        5 months ago

        I have a dime missing a number it a 2000 dime it reads only 3 numbers it's 200an last number is not there are many things unreadable on this dime how do I find out if it's worth money

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        Terry 

        5 months ago

        I have a 2012 p done that looks like part of it is bubbling on one side flip it over and no damage on the effected area on the reverse side but just below the damaged spot it bubbles again on the reverse side if that makes any since

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        Patrick 

        5 months ago

        I havve a 1994 P dime the P mint mark is clearly above the d.is this am error?!

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        Jami 

        5 months ago

        I have 1966 and 1967 dimes that only weigh 2.24-2.22 grams. are they error dimes or no?

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        Carol 

        5 months ago

        1975 dime js. No other marks dont look to be silver.Has a line going from the mouth to the neck.It looks like a half circle. Any information would be grateful

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        JohnJohn 

        5 months ago

        I have a 2003 dime with a totally blank side, looks like it was from the mint, any ideas?

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        Steven 

        5 months ago

        I have a 95 dime with line running up neck, stopping at nose. Ear is different from others and back of head and neckline different.

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        Angela Polimeda 

        5 months ago

        Have a dime, with no date and look like a cressant moon on both sides!! A little bigger then a normal dime!! Looking to sell it!!

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        Paul brown 

        5 months ago

        I have a 1970 dime with no water mark on the back the flame has 3 lines going down the flame.

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        Melva Montes 

        5 months ago

        I have a 1968 and 75 no S.

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        CHARLES SLAKAN 

        6 months ago

        The torch flame is tilted about 10 degrees on the left of the torch. IT CAN'T BE A WORN OUT DIE BECAUSE NOT ONLY THE FLAME BUT ALSO THE BANDS THAT JOIN THE FLAME TO THE TORCH ARE CLEARLY VISIBLE ON BOTH SIDES EXCEPT THE LEFT IS TILTED UP ALONG WITH ITS BASE ABOUT 10 DEGREES.

        I call it the Leaning Torch dime.

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        Eric 

        6 months ago

        I have a 1970 no s dime. And rainbow

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        kk 

        6 months ago

        Hi I just found 2014 P dime , it has a dimple on the back and is it has an outline of the engraving but no details , its also very shinny , sound familiar??

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        David Crabb 

        6 months ago

        I have a1968 no s dime

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        Zach 

        6 months ago from Colorado

        Dave,

        Sounds like an interesting coin. You may want to bring it into a local coin dealer to have it checked out.

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        Zach 

        6 months ago from Colorado

        Becky,

        No mint mark dimes during 1967 are very common. This is actually how the Philadelphia mint made their coins. Years later, they began to add the P mintmark.

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        Zach 

        6 months ago from Colorado

        Jeremy,

        While it looks odd, it's quite normal. The "6's" on these coins to look larger. Hang onto it though, it's still a silver coin!

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        Zach 

        6 months ago from Colorado

        Justin,

        Thanks for reading! Dimes minted from the Philadelphia mint in 1971 did not carry a mint mark. I don't want to burst your bubble, but it sounds like you just have a heavily circulated dime.

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        Dave 

        6 months ago

        I have a 1994p dime that is almost completely smooth on the edge and is quite a bit larger in diameter than a normal dime. in fact it is even slightly larger in diameter than a penny. It is quite thin though like it was struck too hard on the obverse without being completely seated in the die. There is slight ribbing on part of the reverse edge.

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        Brandon Keene 

        6 months ago

        I have 2001 die the edge has no lines and raised on both sides

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        Becky 

        6 months ago

        I have a 1967 dime that seems to be missing the mint mark.

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        Jeremy Puterbaugh 

        6 months ago

        I have a 1961 dime and I noticed the date is struck oddly, the six is bigger than 1,9 and 1

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        Justin 

        6 months ago

        I have a 1971 dime no mint mark that I can see but the in we trust is faded in parts what does that mean is it an error

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        Qtk777 

        6 months ago

        I have a gold color coin with 6. on one side of it placed in the center and the words “ KLOSTER-AKTIEN-BIERBRAUEREI *SALZUNCEN* “ Written around it. The other side of the coin is blank or un stamped. Anyone know what this is?

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        Corinna Henry 

        6 months ago

        I have a dime dated 2000 , it has a copper face .

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        Scott Tegtmeyer 

        7 months ago

        I have a 1981 P that appears to have a bar of metal raised, starting from the "O" in one blocking out the "N" almost entirely and runs clear across and blocks out the "E" in dime.

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        Mike 

        7 months ago

        I have a 2006p dime that is a 2006 or 2007? The 6 and seven are struck over each other! Is this a common error or rare?

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        Tasha 

        7 months ago

        I have a 1988d Dime ad on the face there is a grove/crack like line from about the eye straight down to the rim. Is it a error

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        Nannette cutlip 

        7 months ago

        I have a dime with no head side printed. It was stamped on the head side but so slightly that the head is very very light. I can't find anything on it. Can anyone help?

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        Gaye Dalton 

        7 months ago

        I have a 1971-D Roosevelt dime. On the reverse side bottom of coin where one dime is written. The "E" is missing in the word dime. "DIM". Your comment of value is appreciated. Thank you. Gay Dalton

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        Wayne Drake 

        7 months ago

        I was looking through some change and found a 1997 P dime offset would you know about what it is worth?

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        Will 

        7 months ago

        I have a 2000s gold dime what is it worth?

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        smith 

        7 months ago

        I have a Roosevelt dime dated 1929 with a P mint mark. I can't seem to find another like it. Please help me with this if possible. Happy New Year! email is yeljakets01 @yahoo.com

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        tj 

        7 months ago

        I have a 2010 p dime. On his neck there's a p too..

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        jason paananen 

        8 months ago

        I have a 1981 D with many differences! Please tell me its worth something? Its alot in the letters. Thanks

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        123456789 

        8 months ago

        I have a 1993 time made out of copper

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        Jose 

        8 months ago

        I have a 1986 dime the 8 is halfway erased also the 6.

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