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  • Major die crack

    I look over a lot of die cracks, but came across this one about a year ago. It’s on the back of a 2007 P dime. I really was just just wondering what kind of a premium a die crack like this would add.
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    Last edited by Vkaercher; 02-27-2021, 03:59 PM.

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    That's a nice major die crack, almost, if not, a split die. These tend to sell for over $100, closer to $200. Nice find.
    Jason Cuvelier

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    • #3
      Originally posted by jcuve View Post
      That's a nice major die crack, almost, if not, a split die. These tend to sell for over $100, closer to $200. Nice find.
      If you zoom in on the OBV you can see the crack run along Roosevelt’s face. Would that constitute it as a split die? I’m probably going to send it to anacs and want to make sure I label it in the description correctly.

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      • #4
        I'd try split die for the label. The worst that could happen is they say major die crack, which maybe you could put in parenthesis on the submission paperwork) Or email and ask ahead of time with photos.
        Jason Cuvelier

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jcuve View Post
          I'd try split die for the label. The worst that could happen is they say major die crack, which maybe you could put in parenthesis on the submission paperwork) Or email and ask ahead of time with photos.
          Thank you! I really appreciate your input on this.

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