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02 Dec 2022

Unusual 2022-P Roosevelt Dime

Coins-United States | user_39492

Hello all, today I was at the gas station getting lottery tickets and a couple of other items when the cashier told me my total and she gave me my change back and I noticed something unusual. One of the dimes she gave me didn't look like the other one she gave me so when I got in the car I put it in a napkin until I got home. Looking at it with my loupe I noticed that it wasn't reeded and it also weighed 2.3 grams. With all the great minds here I was hoping someone in the community could help me out, it's a 2022-P also so I would like to think it's a error coin. Thanks again and I also hope if it's not an error, I might still have a chance on lottery,lol.

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27 Nov 2022

More Unrealized Value

Coins-United States | Long Beard

Last week's blog topic pertained to finding rarity and value far exceeding that of what we as collectors first think of on that subject. Low mintage, low survival high grades of world coinage comparative to similar coins of the United States. The subject of this week is a continuation, finding value which all too often is right before our eyes. The Prestige Proof Sets from 1983 to 1997. Enjoy!

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25 Nov 2022

1960-D Lincoln Memorial Cent

Coins-United States | AC coin$

AC's Secrets #25We will never be at odds with the 1960 Denver struck. LINCOLN Memorial Cent. Why? Because whether large or small minted date the fascination for this specific coin is unstoppable.There is a myriad of errors or pergaps I should say, opportunities in this coin shown here and many of its minted similars for this year. Whether is a larger tip #9 on the date or an oddly miscut in the #6 for the date area or even some features that might have been escaping even the most keen eyes in the market or collector's exchanges.The great sample shown here is a MS65 RD graded coin. Part of my American coinage acquisitions. Shiny in copper-zinc quite a large quantity were minted by Denver in 1960. Collectors and curious alike keep trending and hunting this cent for specific oddities yet to be found. At auctions, some great items of this coin have been sold for quite a large sum. Enjoy and, keep searching.

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