1914 & 1916 both years on one coin?

Joe
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1914 & 1916 both years on one coin?

Postby Joe » Mon Feb 21, 2011 6:02 pm

Ok im new here and with coins so I thought i would come here for some help.
I just started with collecting coins so I was goin threw some stuff that my dad had givin me and some stuff that i kept over the years. After looking threw some of my coin books i noticed that this dime had to tail sides to it with 2 different years.
Like I first thought that someone pressed 2 together but the way how this looks doesnt make it seem that way and the weight of it is just like any other silver dime.
Here is a pic of both sides
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Any help would be great!!!
Thanks

momomomo
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Re: 1914 & 1916 both years on one coin?

Postby momomomo » Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:58 pm

Both sides of a coin are struck at the same time. It's probably a fake coin.

Terry-T
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Re: 1914 & 1916 both years on one coin?

Postby Terry-T » Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:03 pm

Check if there is a seam along the rim where 1/2 coins were stuck together. I have a large cent with 2 heads and there is a hint of the joining apparent.


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