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    Here's another one that I'm quite excited about. I'm going to try to sound pro here (with my educated guess). I believe the coin pictured below is a 1970-D Roosevelt dime RDV-002 with a non-attributed retained CUD error on the reverse.
    All in all, though, I'm really not sure.

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    Styfflin's Oddity Log - Varieties, Errors or Damage?

    Any insights?
    Last edited by Styfflin; Jan 20, 2018 at 05:10 AM.

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    I don't believe it's a cud. Looks more like folded over metal because there is detail on the area. Cud would just be a blob.
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    Fine, fine. I'm all about moving on to the next coin!
    Here is what I believe to be a 2009 1 FY WDDR-001.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enamel7 View Post
    I don't believe it's a cud. Looks more like folded over metal because there is detail on the area. Cud would just be a blob.
    I had to email Mike Diamond (for the first time) on that dime I thought was a retained cud. He said it appeared to be a retained cud. I'm going to put it in a 2x2 and label it as a possible retained cud.
    I know the photos weren't the greatest, which didn't help. I know the nature of that type of error is hard to validate/find - cuds-on-coins.com only has three examples of Roosevelt dimes with retained cuds and there are no ebay sold auctions for retained cud Roosevelt dimes.
    So I'm left with a maybe, which is okay. We're on to the next coin!
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    nice '09--- dime looks like struck thru foreign matter-- so I agree with MD

    look for bootstrap & chip on shoulder of the '09 FY issue. never got a poly thumb error--- youze beat me on that one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    I'm ready for the next coin. Something a bit easier to identify. This is a 1946 nickel with what I think is a lamination error on the obverse.

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    Definitely a Lamination Error as well as a De-Lamination (lamination piece that separated from the coin) Error.
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    Thanks PEA. I can't believe my luck sometimes, though the condition of the coin isn't great. I don't search all that many cents.
    Next up...
    I think it's just solder on this 1996-D Roosevelt dime. However, just the minutest chance of it not being solder was reason enough for me to keep it. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    And...I'm back. Finally got my brother's camera, and I got pictures of ALL of my question coins. So get ready for some rapid fire.
    Here are some new photos of the cent in question. I didn't give it a real acetone bath yet, but hopefully there's enough detail in these photos where it won't need to be shot again.

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    I am probably wrong but the coin appears that it may have suffered a flip over double strike but then got caught in some type of coin counting machinery or other machinery. You might want to send some really good pics to Mike Diamond at MDia1@aol.com and see what he says.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    Here's the nickel with the possible lamination error:

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    Again definite Lamination and De-Lamination Errors. You can see the Lamination peel cracking extending all the way to the rim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    I agree! I love clashes.
    I found a second similar clash on a 1988-P Roosevelt dime, but it's not nearly as nice as my first one.

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    I agree that the coin has major Die Clashing on both the Obverse and the Reverse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LooseChange View Post
    My guess is dryer-coin-PMD (when a coin rides on edge along a dryer drum, the edge rolls over and lightly abrades).
    I agree as well as it appears that the reeding on the edge is flattened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    Fine, fine. I'm all about moving on to the next coin!
    Here is what I believe to be a 2009 1 FY WDDR-001.

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    Definitely a WDDR-001 with extra finger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Styfflin View Post
    Thanks PEA. I can't believe my luck sometimes, though the condition of the coin isn't great. I don't search all that many cents.
    Next up...
    I think it's just solder on this 1996-D Roosevelt dime. However, just the minutest chance of it not being solder was reason enough for me to keep it. What do you think?

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    Yep, just solder.

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    Thanks huntsman53 for the appearance and insights. Let's continue the rapid fire!
    This 1997-P Roosevelt dime has extra metal under his bust on the obverse. I've found a few like this. I'll upload in the next couple posts. But is that all that I have here? Roosevelt's eye seems weird to me, though I feel that is normal.

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