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Because of the limited number of Barber 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.

1893-S 10¢ WRPM-001          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  S/S East

Die Markers:  Obverse:  No prominent die markers.  Reverse:  No prominent die markers.

Submitted By:  Alan Kolb (Upgraded by Roger Beckner)

Cross References:  Cherrypickers: FS-10-1893S-501 (009), Breen: #3484, CONECA: RPM #1




1895-S 10¢ WRPM-001

Description: S/S West

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Roger Beckner

Cross References:  None known




1899-O 10¢ WRPM-001

Description:  O/O West

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Tony Russo

Cross References:  None known




1905-S 10¢ WRPM-001

Description: S/S West

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Roger Beckner

Cross References:  None known




1908-D 10¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Better grade needed to determine die markers.  Reverse:  Better grade needed to determine die markers.

Submitted By:  Brian Allen

Cross References:  None known




1911-D 10¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D North

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Die crack SSE from the point of the neck to the rim.  Reverse:  Die crack NW from the rim at 6:30 o’clock through the left side of the ribbon.

Submitted By:  Jim Smith

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #2




1911-D 10¢ WRPM-002

Description:  D/D North

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Light die crack SSW from the back of the bust.  Reverse:  Tooling gouge NNE from the acorn to the cornhusk.  Short die crack south from the rim at 11:00 o’clock to the wheat grains.  Short die crack east from the rim at 8:30 o’clock to the leaf.

Submitted By:  Roger Beckner

Cross References:  None known




1912-D 10¢ WRPM-001         "Best Of" Variety

Description:  D/D North

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Roger Beckner

Cross References:  None known




1914-D 10¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D/D North and Tilted

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Weak E/W die crack connecting the top of the A and second T in STATES.  Reverse:  Die crack east from the rim at 8:30 o’clock.

Submitted By:  Roger Beckner

Cross References:  None known




1914-D 10¢ WRPM-002

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Jeff Longeuay

Cross References:  None known




1914-D 10¢ WRPM-003

Description:  D/D Tilted (Rotated)

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Better examples are needed for examination.

Submitted By:  Jeff Longeuay

Cross References:  None known