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What is a double die dime?

What is a double die dime?

Doubled Die Coins Are Not Double Struck The major difference is that double struck coins are struck twice by the same coin die during the striking process. A doubled die coin is produced when the coin die is not properly manufactured. This leads to the appearance of two images on a single coin die.

How much is a 1960 JS dime worth?

The 1960 dime with no mint mark is worth a slight premium over its silver melt value in extremely fine condition. In uncirculated condition the price is around $4 for coins with an MS 63 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $7.

How much is a double struck dime worth?

Most modern double stamped or multiple strike error coins are rather common and have minimal extra collector value. Usually under $100.00 with many rather dramatic examples to be had for only a few dollars.

How much is a 1967 double die dime worth? has estimated the 1967 Roosevelt Dime value at an average of 10 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $7.

What was the value of a 1960 dime?

1960 was one of the final years that Roosevelt dimes were minted. The 1960 dimes have value as both numismatic coins and as silver bullion. Keep reading to learn more about these silver coins. The US minted the 1960 dime with no mint mark and also the 1960 D dime.

What’s the difference between a 1964d and 1964d dime?

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. Roosevelt Dime Proof Errors— There are several different Roosevelt Proof Dimes that contained errors.

What kind of errors are on a dime?

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.

Who was the designer of the 1947 silver dime?

1947 Silver Roosevelt Dime | 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.