AR15DCM

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  1. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Just ran across this article pertaining to Roosevelt Dime Errors The "off center strike" appears to be what I have when comparing this photo to the dime I have.
  2. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Okay keeping that in mind, I could understand if one side has the resulting "shelf like" appearance, however, both sides show the shelf in some elements and it is evident on the rim.
  3. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Not trying to be picky, but you said something about the die bouncing... wouldn't that mean that the die struck twice?
  4. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Yes that is some of it... also look at the 9 beside the five and on the reverse the rim from 10 O'clock to 4 O'clock and you'll notice the doubling of the rim.
  5. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Well if you were to look at a double die that has been in circulation I would suspect the "flat shelf" would be worn and rounded. Also, I was always under the impression that when the die strikes twice or more times on a planchet that has moved/rotated in place is a double die and does occur during the minting process?
  6. 1995-P 10c Franklin Double Die ??

    Thanks for the welcome! It's called old age. I am not new to collecting. I had the man's first name on da brain.
  7. Hi, I checked this coin out with my loupe because the edges felt funny. It is like the obverse is almost dished. So I was checking it out and it appears as thought the die struck it twice. I know it is hard to judge by a photo, but what do you think?
  8. Silver American Eagle-Cleveland Signature

    True, however he is a master designer. At least he actually creates coins and just doesn't sit behind a desk.
  9. Silver American Eagle-Cleveland Signature

    I have two PR70 and two MS70 of this coin. They are the only coins I have that are signed, I just thought it was interesting to have the designer sign it.
  10. Hello, I have noticed that there are a lot of signed silver eagles with various names out there... but of them all, I do not see a lot of Cleveland signed silver eagles... Are they not collectable or are they few and far between?