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    Posted: 28 Aug 2008 at 5:08pm
I'm new to this forum but I've been coin collecting for a few years as a hobby.

I've recently acquired a very interesting coin. It's a 1985-D dime with a fairly severe mint error, in good condition. I've checked the PCGS price guide and can't find any mention of such a coin. Has anyone ever come across this, or know its current population/value?

Thanks for any help!

Pictures of the 1985-d dime with mint error (high resolution):



Edited by Kazrog - 28 Aug 2008 at 5:09pm
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Truthfully any minty fresh error coin is worth more than a normal coin.Would u pay fr a weird looking coin or a normal one............weird one, right???I can give a website so u kin look up what kind of minty fresh error that is.

www.coinfacts.com          Click on mint errors torwards the bottom of the page.
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Originally posted by harpo harpo wrote:


 
 
Funny, this could not have been said better.
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damage, not a mint error

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