Off Center Strike Mercury Dime Error
Off-Center Mercury Dime strikes occur when the die strikes the planchet partially offcentered.
Sometimes when referring tot he error they will attach an estimated percentage to detail how off center the strike was.
As an example they may say 10% off-center strike, or 60% off center. Obviously the 60% off center would be much more noticeable an error that the 10%
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Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|FB + Error||Anytime you find an error that is also a FB it will be worth more....|
|Rotated Die||Flip coin over if one image appears rotated then it may be Rotated Die error....|
|Clipped Planchet||Planchets have been clipped on edges. This is a common error....|
|Broadstruck||Broadstruck or Broadstrike Mercury dime errors occur when the planchet is struck off ...|
|Off Center Strike||
Off-Center Mercury Dime strikes occur when the die strikes the planchet partially ...
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|1926 S||1926 S is a semi key date to remember....|
|1921 D||1921 D is a semi key date to remember....|
|1918 D||1918 D mercury dime is really more of a semi key date as lower end versions are not w...|
|1916 D||1916 D Mercury Dimes are Key Dates to note and remember....|
Most valuable coins in this series. Listed price based off high end state (MS+).
|$50,000||1916 D Mercury Dime|
|$45,000||1918 D Mercury Dime|
|$9,000||1919 D Mercury Dime|
|$8,000||1919 S Mercury Dime|
Mint mark is located on the reverse (back) of the coin. Bottom near the center between the letter E and the Olive Branch.
The Off Center Strike has a weight of 2.5 g.