cyerby MWAS Club Member Full Member Posts: 448 2004-D dime, is it an error of some sort? « on: September 09, 2010, 12:17:09 PM » Hi all,I am not a coin Science fiction at it's best. "The Lindman Story - Freelance Fighter" Follow my book Blog. Save your dimes from this year. Amazingly there are almost always a dime or quarter that were left there when a customer was finished running coins. check over here
How to Value & Sell Coins - Our guide to help you figure out how much your coins are worth, including common price guides, selling tips and online resources. Welcome guest, is this your first visit? The lady is in her 90's and got the ring 66 years ago. Found this in the reject bin in the coin machine...not sure if it's some kind of error or post mint damage. http://www.mwas.org/forum/index.php?topic=3203.0
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Many worth more. Worth about $100-$200. The time now is 04:13 PM. -- Default Style ---- red ---- mdgreen -- Desert Green -- vbAliens-WoW -- Mobile Friendly Contact Us - Friendly Metal Detecting Forums - Privacy Statement 1982 D Dime Error Good luck! 1984 & 1997 Lincoln Cent Double Ear Make sure you put your pennies from 1984 and 1997 aside to have a better look at under a magnifying glass.
Silver Dollars Less Than $20! 1968 D Dime Error Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Value: $1+ 1947 Dime - "S over D". http://www.coincommunity.com/us_dimes/2004_roosevelt_dime.asp Probably it kept getting bigger and bigger until someboby said "enough".
CRHing Lost and Found Detectors and Gear All About Detectors How to Use Your Metal Detector Advice on Detector Purchase 1980 D Dime Error its just fun to find things in pocket change. However, the probability of finding one of those coins worth thousands of dollars is very unlikely. More info and images: Can be found here.
But very rare specimens certified of high grade could fetch over $600, with 1999 being the most valuable year for the Wide AM cents. 2005 Minnesota State Quarters Errors 2005 Minnesota http://rlegsoftware.com/dime-error/1972-dime-error.php User Name Remember Me? Please do not email asking about your coin or coin collection. I cannot give individual coin valuations -- like I said, I am not an expert. 1974 D Dime Error
at that point i didnt even look at my change any more. Copyright 2005 - 2016 Coin Community Family- all rights reserved worldwide. Is there a way to tell? http://rlegsoftware.com/dime-error/1999-p-dime-error-value.php Value: Average finds would be valued around $35.
What do you call this? 2004 D Roosevelt Dime Errors It almost seems a bit out of round to me. This is a quote from the web page, then the link below it.
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Logged Roger MWAS Club Member Full Member Posts: 3565 Shawnee, Kansas Re: 2004-D dime, is it an error of some sort? « Reply #4 on: September 09, 2010, 08:07:03 PM » In the image below the "High Leaf" error is illustrated (poorly) by the blue line, and the "Low Leaf" with the green line. I figured if people were paying 50 cent for a modern clad dime, I better check my pocket change to see if I could find any. have a peek at these guys Also see this forum discussion on the 1998 Wide AM cent with some additional photos and references.
The 1998, 1999, and 2000 Lincoln pennies have a variety known as the "Wide AM Reverse". it was 2002. Thanks for any input you may have. i need help ..
Our coin forum is completely free and you can get help in minutes. the "4" I almost unreadable. Is it a regular occurrence or kind of rare?Thanks again for the reply Roger.