Coin and Paper Money Collecting/1975 Dime NO MINT


1975 dime no mint
1975 dime no mint  

Can you please take a look at this. I know its worth a lot if authentic.

Hi Richard,

Thank you for the picture.

Sorry but this is just a normal 1975 dime made at the Philadelphia Mint.  P mintmarks were not added to dimes until 1980.

You were probably thinking you had one of the no-s dimes, but those were only made in proof condition, found only in the mint-issued proof sets.  Your coin is definitely not a proof.

Wish I had better news for you,


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