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Because of the limited number of Liberty Seated Dime RPM varieties, they will all be illustrated on this single page.  If the list should ever expand significantly, the varieties will be assigned to pages based on their date and mint mark as is done with other denominations and series.

1876-CC 10¢ WRPM-001

Description:  Second C/C West

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die scratch runs NW from the bottom left of the rock to the rim.  Parallel die scratches run SW to NE to the left of the lower rock.  Parallel die scratches run SE from the bottom of the U in UNITED.  Reverse: Type I reverse.  The reverse is also a strong doubled die that is listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1876-CC 10¢ WDDR-001.  A strong CCW spread shows on all reverse design elements around the rim, the NE of ONE, and the ME of DIME.  The doubling is strongest on the right side of the reverse most likely due to a tilted hub.

Submitted By:  Geoffrey Noe

Cross References:  Greer 102