I have several coins I would love to pick your brain on but I guess we can start here!
That is a rare, rotated planchett. Good catch
Great catch, but would garner much more attention in the coin part of the forum.
What specifically is your question? It looks like a dime with environmental damage. I’d spend it.
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Looks like it was buried and then dug up.
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Environmental damage. Absolutely no numismatic interest or premium.
I see some green corrosion.
you need clear pictures, not blurry
better lit pics
and point out the area in question
and ask the question in question
What do you want our judgement about? What do you see that you want us to comment on? Right now, I don't see anything but a circulated dime....
While the 1982 is getting to be a somewhat older date... it does not have any added value and is quite common. Generally dimes 1964 and earlier have some premium for silver content.
It was just the color. Like I said I'm new to all this.
the yellow green looks like something is actually on the coin.
the rest can be chalked up to not out of the ordinary discoloration. but even if it is not something on the coin, they can turn odd colors, too.
Thank you for taking the time to explain that to me.