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Posted 2 years ago

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This is a Roosevelt Dime that I found in some pocket change. I wanted to post it on here when I saw one that I could finally compare it to.. Everyone was criticisizing her post, implying that the coin was either manmade,or a fake. I would like to dispell that "myth" that has arisen over this coin. I do believe that this coin is genuine,not a fake,or man made. My pictures do not do this coin any justice at all. So, when I get a better camera,or I figure out how to get a better picture of this unique coin,maybe I can show the coin with a lot more detail. The reverse side of My coin looks just like any other coin, and the obverse side is Not upside down like the other member's coin,but just like a regular dime. (When you flip the coin from top to bottom,the other side is right side up). Personally, I have Never seen another coin like this one. On the front(obverse) side of my coin you can see just a portion of Roosevelt's face (just the center) with his ear,eye and part of his nose visible. There is also a faint outline of his head (hard to see in this picture). But the difference between the other member's coin, and mine ... Her's seems to be a more rounded circle that shows a little more of Roosevelt's face,while mine is more of an abstract shaped circle. (I just thought I would point out the differences between the two) Thanks for looking at my post,and maybe somewhere along the line,we can figure out the origin of this Unique and collectible coin.

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  1. OddsnEnds OddsnEnds, 2 years ago
    Thank you for your reply to my post, Rob.
    Do you know who does this,and how much does it cost ? I've just started to collect coins,and I don't know where to go for this.

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