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    1965 Dime, AU Details
    Struck on a Silver Dime Planchet

    1965 10C Roosevelt Dime -- Struck on Silver 10 Planchet, Rim Damage -- PCGS Genuine. AU Details. A popular transitional error, struck on a leftover silver planchet from 1964. PCGS notes rim damage on this piece, which appears as several cut-like marks along the left reverse border. However, the rim and border legends in this area on both sides are weakly struck compared to the remainder of the coin, suggesting that perhaps the "damage" is at least partially a defective planchet (mint made). In our opinion, there are elements of both mint-made planchet flaws and post-mint damage affecting the edge of the coin in this area.

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    December, 2020
    15th Tuesday
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