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2015 P Roosevelt dime Error

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  • #16
    Mustbebob, I stumbled across the answer to what is going on with my dime. I was doing research on feeder fingers causing die damage and this example was in article. It was like wow, that's exactly like my 2015 dime.

    Roosevelt Dimes:
    They are more often in a horizontal location direction on these dimes. Still need images of the other ones so we will know what to look for on them.


    • #17
      I guess it's possible. I would have never associated your coin with feeder finger damage that was abraded away. How do we know it was something else that was abraded? No matter what it was, is does not detract from the fact that something happened to your coin. None of us were there when this happened so everything, including the feeder finger theory is a guess. By all means, you should hold on to the coin. I just don't think you can conclusively say what it was, so we can go with the most plausible to you.
      Last edited by mustbebob; 06-22-2021, 05:24 PM. Reason: typos
      Bob Piazza
      Lincoln Cent Attributer


      • #18
        Mustbebob, That coin is staying in my collection for sure. I do understand that there will always be a question mark on how it came about. Thanks