1916 Mercury Dime Found Roll Hunting – DIME TIME
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1916 Mercury Dime Found Roll Hunting – DIME TIME

November 19, 2019


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silver dime ender silver di… it was just a dream… well, it’s DIME TIME Hey everybody it’s Rob with Rob finds treasure that’s right it is Dime Time… fresh off of finding some silver in my quarter boxes I went back
to the same Bank and grabbed a couple of dime boxes now I didn’t really have any
silver diamond ders I wouldn’t hadn’t had a little bit of fun and I colored a
couple of ends of some non silver poorly circulated dimes just so that we can
have a little fun at the start of the video hopefully like that intro
hopefully we find silver hopefully we have some fun you guys know the drill
we’ve been struggling with silver lately in my area when it comes to dimes and
quarters although I do find my fair share I guess more than other areas so I
can’t complain too much that being said let’s go ahead and start this dining
time hood see if two boxes is enough provide you guys with some good finds
I’ll loop you in on my first good find of the hunt well luck be a lady one roll
six of the hunt and look at this we’ve got a silver edge right here no MINT mark but it’s a 1956 Philadelphia
unbelievable first box sixth roll silver dime found can’t get mad at that I also
want to make a point that the lighting might be different in this video because
I am hunting with this hunting rack I can actually set my phone up here if I
wanted but I prefer to still film with my hand but this lighting system
actually helps see the dates on the dimes a lot better and we’ll have some
dark spots but when it comes to seeing dates on the dimes it helps me a ton so
thank you Robin Hood coins who made this for me I love it anyway one silver dime
down 44 more rolls to go in that box still and a whole nother box let’s go
roll 17 not an epic find but what I haven’t found in a few boxes 2009 Denver
minted low minted dime roll number 29 and we have another silver edge finally
23 rolls later we’re gonna have our second silver dime of the hunt and this
one does have a mint mark Denver 1963 with some gunk on it I’ll take it two
silvers and a no.9 during this hunt well the first box of Dimes is hunted we have
three finds you’ve seen him the 1956 Philadelphia silver the 2009 Denver low
mint dime and a 63 Denver minted silver dime with some gunk on it I’ll take it
two silver dimes in the first box can’t get mad at that what was the second box
yield I guess you should take a look and see so he’s a good sign when you kick
off the second box first roll with a find and it’s a 2009
Philadelphia minted low minted dime I’ll take it
I don’t find a lot of philly minted 2009’s nickels or dimes in my area
and according to my sequence here silver oh nine silver oh nine enough said
rolled number two of box two and I have found a first looks like a 1995 die
capped dime now I’m not a professional here but I’m pretty certain this is a
die cap what happens is when the die the obverse die comes down and strikes the
coin it sticks to the die itself and the longer it sticks the more distorted the
obverse becomes and the coin becomes bottle cap shaped this is probably an
early stage it may have only struck a handful of coins until it broke free but
that’s my understanding you guys let me know if I’m misinterpreting it but I
believe it’s a 1995 P die capped dime mint error I have found these in pennies
but never in dimes anyway we’ve messed up our sequence silver oh nine silver o
9 mint air but I’ll take that segue any day oh I guess well I have you I’ll show
you the reverse not too shabby obverse not too good in the Inca star
showing all the fines roll tens got a double hold I’m not even silver hold
number 26 and it’s a little bit of embarrassing because I missed it
and pretty obvious now that I look at it with silver eyes but I didn’t notice
this in the rule and we’ve got a merc time unbelievable and that’s a 1916 with
the mem mark I think it’s an S it is 1916 s Oh that’ll get your heart going
for a second 1916 s Mercury dime in the role cool toning big old gouge on the
front let’s look at that under the scope yeah pretty good gouge but you know what
that’s a clean date and a claimant market I will take a 1916 s Mercury dime
all day had it been in 1916 D even in this condition found in a bank box that
would have been crazy epic Wow missed it how to 16 had a 16 with the MIT mark but
it’s an S will still take it though Merck dime found in the box
silver number three of the hunt well we finished box too and you know what
it was another good box I’m not gonna complain I did keep one toner for
funsies I don’t know if I’ll keep it very much longer but kind of like the
back of it either way we got three silvers a 56 P a 63 D and a 1916 s
unbelievable had me going when I saw the mint mark on the back for a second
thought I caught a glimpse of an s and I found out I did
either way I’ll take three silvers in two boxes along with a 2009 D 2009 P ad
I cap dime can’t get mad at death a dime with two holes in it never seen that
before one hole yes and usually it’s on an
older Merc time two holes I have not either way we had seven finds if you
will for the two boxes and anytime you get a dime box with at least one silver
you’re happy we got one with two and one with one with the mint air and a couple
of Oh nines beautiful hopefully you enjoyed this video of dime time if you
did I’d appreciate a thumbs up and as always everyone happy hunting and thanks
for watching guess we’ll go ahead and put this cap
died I’m in my dime section 57 Pete clipped planchet 1944 s slightly clipped
plant it 45 s micro s and let’s put this bad boy right there
god I love it

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  1. 1916 Mercury Dime FOUND Coin Roll Hunting – and yes, there is a Mint Mark on this beauty!

    It's Dime Time! I'll be Coin Roll Hunting 2 Boxes of Dimes this time! I had scored 3 silver quarters in my last 2 boxes from this bank so I decided to go back and pick up some dimes!

    5,000 Dimes will be searched in hopes of finding some silver and especially an error or variety since it's been awhile since I have found a nice dime error!

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  2. I once found 3 mercs and a couple rosies in a basket of change my dad had! Dont know what the chances of that are but it wasn’t even old change, it was only like 5 years ago!

  3. Rob, I think these lids have watching you… Good for them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqtdLkbBsGM …Ramcade is their handle.

  4. I remember a while back I found a die capped Nickel, it was a 1980 p and at first I thought it was a grease error but now I know it’s a die cap

  5. So Im hunting a box of pennies, I just found a freaking 1909 in a circulated box, it's a philly, no vdb, but its my oldest one yet.

  6. Hey rob, I know you collect star notes and I got a star note with a print run of 80,000. Its number is L00014619* it's got some crease wear but overall a great note. I wont really sell it and was wondering if you wanted it? Would rather see it be in a collection.

  7. seeing your book there at the end was really neat. Have you ever considered a video showing off your collection @robfindstreasure?

  8. And a mercury dime but not just any old merc a 1916 merc wow I want to go to the bank were u get your boxes just amazing luck congrats

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  10. I have a metal detecting acquaintance that dug the king of mercs, the 1916 D, here in Kansas. Sent off to PCGS and verified authentic.

  11. Haha, great video! I love dimes, I usually had about the same ratio of halves when I did it a lot 14 years ago! Great finds HH!!

  12. Rob this was the best intro you have ever done super super funny!! Silver dime ender silver dime ender silver dime ender!! You actually got me at first

  13. The die cap errors that I have seen are a little different… the part that gets stuck to the die ends up being really well struck… as it's in that die and being struck multiple times and usually w/o any movement as the metal caps around that die. It's the other side not in contact with the die that becomes mushy, as that isn't always hitting the other die but is usually striking other coins/blanks that get fed into the press. Not really an error coin expert though so could be something totally different… still pretty cool find! Edited after I thought about it more… I don't think yours is a "capped die" but instead is a "capped die strike." The capped die is the one that gets stuck to the die. The capped die strike is the one that gets fed into the press and is struck by the capped die stuck to one of the dies. The one side comes out fine, but the other is struck by the capped die stuck to the die so it comes out nearly blank or very mushy looking.

  14. dimes are my favorite… im in awe at your finds. The holes in them kill me, i just hate it. congratulations

  15. Hey rob, I have some scrap silver that I was wondering if you could melt it down and make a bar out of it and then send it back and if you are able to do that then I will give you some silver coins, plz get back to me.

  16. Rob,

    Have you considered having your clipped coins slabbed by CPGS? If you had a off centered by 25% would you consider having it graded?

  17. Rob—fun dream intro!!! And 2 very good boxes of dimes. Can't argue 3 silvers, especially when one is a 16 Merc. So close. I'm doing better with customer dime rolls from the bank than I am with boxes of dimes!!!!
    Keep em coming!
    Rob2

  18. My sister found a 1916 Mercury in change, not very many years ago. She put it on her window sill, and the cleaning lady swept it into the heater with a feather duster. I sent my sister a tool for extracting it. I told her that if it were a Denver, well… and that if she asked her son to try to remove it, she should communicate how important it was to be careful. I tried to impart my rule for life: "Don't mess up!" My rule is not "Try not to mess up!"  My nephew messed up, knocking the dime impossibly far into the heater. Maybe they changed heaters in her building after she moved and the dime fell out and they took it to the bank. I hope your dime is it.

  19. This channel is awsome LOVE ur energy and keep up the good work brother (just started collecting 4 months ago) hope u find more silver

  20. Silly silly guy LOL. You are so fun to watch that was hilarious. Finding that 1916 Mercury was pretty good fine. I'll have to check my dimes to see if I have one. Happy Hunting

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