PCGS Seated Dime double-struck with the 2nd strike 75% off-center, and die struck on both sides. The coin shows a lot of design detail on both strikes, giving it good eye-appeal as a double-strike. Additionally, it is struck on both sides of the 2nd strike, which is ideal for a double-struck coin. An incredible double-struck seated dime, and the most dramatic example we have handled!
Seated dimes are very rare double-struck off-center, and few are known. This is a superb example, and one of the nicest examples in terms of eye-appeal and desirability as a double-strike. Most of the known double-struck seated dimes shows less design than this on the off-center portion (since most are more than 75% off-center), which makes those examples less desirable. This coin would likely be the centerpiece of a seated dime mint error collection!
AU55 with relatively lustrous surfaces, and a hint of light toning. The coin was lightly cleaned, but with just some moderate hairlines (not noted on the PCGS holder.)
PCGS (1916-1945) Mercury dime struck 45% off-center at K-5. The coin shows a lot of design an planchet, and is a superb example of an off-center Mercury dime. Scarce this far off and even more so in...