Damaged Dime. This find is cool, I think
I found this one while roll searching today. I think this is cool. I have to do some research on it. I think it's an awesome coin. I added new pictures. I found that actually happens, i found examples online. it's very interesting.
the coin guy
it kind of looks like an error coin but I cannot tell. nice find?
Interesting coin. Hard to tell from the photos what is going on.
Big Nub Numismatics
Someone had fun messing around with this coin! Cool find, but PMD, I think.
That is one crazy dime! Very interesting ; ) Thanks for sharing it!
I think it is post-mint damage but cannot be sure unless that Puppy was under my trusty loupe.
Haha amazing! Thanks definitely not Roosevelt in his prime haha! Very interesting find. Cheers, NM
Never seen a dime like that before. Who knows what happened? The reverse looks post mint damaged. Maybe it got squashed? Very interesting for sure. Thanks
That is one jacked up dime. hey, why don't you try photographing your coins sidewise? That way when you post them they will right way around. Maybe?
Now that is both confusing and awesome. Let us know if you find out what it is
I. R. Bama
That made me laugh to look at it! Thanks for a good way to start the day!
I am not exactly sure what it is, but great find! I have never seen anything like it. You should probably do research to determine if that happened outside or inside the mint. Anyways, great find!
Nice find . Sharp eyes. I think this dime took a beating after it left the mint. If there is a dealer near you go there he will fill you in. It is interesting.
This is a great way to further your coin knowledge. Buy a Red Book, or if you have Amazon Prime there are free e-books you can get on almost any coin type. This will help you identify coin composition, weight, error varieties, etc. This is a fun hobby, but it takes knowledge that can only be gained through study, reading and hands on coin searching like you are doing now. You may want to take a regular Roosevelt Dime and place it side by side with the coin pictured, you may be pleasantly surprised.