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  • Add a splash of color to your collection with this beautifully toned 1925 D Mercury dime! Get it today at https://www.ebay.com/itm/226107607903 !

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  • I just purchased a 1945 PCGS AU 58 micro s FS-512 and my question is, PCGS definition for FS is First Strike is the designation PCGS gives to coins they or a PCGS approved depository receive within the first 30 days of the coins release date. Does that mean they received it in 1945 and if so wouldn't you think it would have a higher grade than AU and a Full Band designation? Probably a dumb question but Iam new to coin collecting.

    I just purchased a 1945 PCGS AU 58 micro s FS-512 and my question is, PCGS definition for FS is First Strike is the designation PCGS gives to coins they or a PCGS approved depository receive within the first 30 days of the coins release date. Does that mean they received it in 1945 and if so wouldn't you think it would have a higher grade than AU and a Full Band designation? Probably a dumb question but Iam new to coin collecting.
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  • Don't be green with envy! Get this stunning green-toned 1944 Mercury Dime today at https://www.ebay.com/itm/325705962952 !

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  • Newly graded 1921-D Mercury Dime - CAC Graded MS64FB. Gorgeous coin with booming mint luster!!
    Newly graded 1921-D Mercury Dime - CAC Graded MS64FB. Gorgeous coin with booming mint luster!!
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  • https://coinweek.com/the-1916-d-mercury-dime-a-grading-guide-from-ag3-to-vg8/
    https://coinweek.com/the-1916-d-mercury-dime-a-grading-guide-from-ag3-to-vg8/
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    The 1916-D Mercury Dime : A Grading Guide from AG3 to VG8
    By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek ..... Due to its cost and status as a key date, the 1916-D Mercury dime is one of the few coins in
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  • Brilliant CAC-Approved overdate! This piece is in auction now at DLRC!
    Brilliant CAC-Approved overdate! This piece is in auction now at DLRC!
    DLRC September 17th Auction Highlight!

    A key date 1942/1-D 10C NGC/CAC MS64FB! An exceedingly choice example of this popular overdate variety! The Denver Mint 42/1 is scarcer overall than its Philadelphia counterpart and the under digit is not as bold. That is likely the reason why the Philadelphia Mint overdate was discovered in 1943, while the 42/1-D was not discovered until the early 1960s. Satiny, softly frosted surfaces are bathed in a pale champagne iridescence on both sides. Crisply defined throughout, the overall eye appeal is incredible!
    View this coin and place your bid now! https://davidlawrence.com/auctions/lot/751454

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  • Anyone aware of a DDO (and maybe DDR) 1930 variety? I’ve had this for a while but haven’t seen or heard of any others. The date is obvious, but the rest of the obverse has slight doubling too, and I think the reverse (more subtle, hard to see). What exactly do I have? Thanks!
    Anyone aware of a DDO (and maybe DDR) 1930 variety? I’ve had this for a while but haven’t seen or heard of any others. The date is obvious, but the rest of the obverse has slight doubling too, and I think the reverse (more subtle, hard to see). What exactly do I have? Thanks!
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  • Step back in time with this 1940, PCGS PR66, proof Silver Mercury Dime Coin, and experience the enchanting, speckled rainbow-toning that will leave you mesmerized!
    Get it today at: https://www.ebay.com/itm/225505101456

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    1940 P PCGS PR66 PROOF | Silver Mercury Dime - 10c US Coin #41645A | eBay
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for 1940 P PCGS PR66 PROOF | Silver Mercury Dime - 10c US Coin #41645A at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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  • I was watching a nicely toned 1941 PCGS Proof 68+ CAC at Great Collections tonight. It’s a Pop 6/0 coin. PCGS price guide is $13,500. It was at that point mid-day today, making it a bit more interesting to watch. The coin appears to have a small hit on the eyebrow of Liberty but that didn’t seem to hold back a couple of bidders. With a well placed bid with just seconds left, it finished at $27,500 plus the juice. Assuming 10%, that’s $30,250. That’s quite the amount over price guide but with few available it’s an interesting result. This coin’s bidding was still beat out by a circulated 1982-D quarter though.

    https://www.greatcollections.com/Coin/1390222/1941-Mercury-Dime-PCGS-Proof-68-CAC-Green-Toned
    I was watching a nicely toned 1941 PCGS Proof 68+ CAC at Great Collections tonight. It’s a Pop 6/0 coin. PCGS price guide is $13,500. It was at that point mid-day today, making it a bit more interesting to watch. The coin appears to have a small hit on the eyebrow of Liberty but that didn’t seem to hold back a couple of bidders. With a well placed bid with just seconds left, it finished at $27,500 plus the juice. Assuming 10%, that’s $30,250. That’s quite the amount over price guide but with few available it’s an interesting result. This coin’s bidding was still beat out by a circulated 1982-D quarter though. https://www.greatcollections.com/Coin/1390222/1941-Mercury-Dime-PCGS-Proof-68-CAC-Green-Toned
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    1941 Mercury Dime PCGS Proof-68+ (CAC Green) (Toned) (Item 1390222) - GreatCollections Coin Auctions
    1941 Mercury Dime PCGS Proof-68+ (CAC Green) (Toned) (Item 1390222) | GreatCollections Coin Auctions
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  • My latest Mercury Dime. Looks 67+ but is a 67.
    My latest Mercury Dime. Looks 67+ but is a 67.
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