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  • Rough Roosevelt

    This coin was found in some change a gentleman had saved from back in the 60's--would this be from a filled die, or something else? Note:the discoloration in the photo is a reflection I think--the dime is pretty evenly silver colored with no dark or light spots. Thanks! Jack.
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    It's not an error. Either the coin has been chemically etched or some irregular layer of thin metal was applied to the surface.
    Mike Diamond. Error coin writer and researcher.

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      Roosevelt

      Originally posted by diamond View Post
      It's not an error. Either the coin has been chemically etched or some irregular layer of thin metal was applied to the surface.
      Thanks, Mike!

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