ICG 1980 Lincoln cent double-denomination overstruck on a 1980-P Roosevelt dime. The coin has both the design of a cent and a dime, and is struck on the planchet of a dime. Dramatic in appearance with strong design from the dime visible on both the obverse and reverse. A particularly nice example.
The error occurred when a 1980-P Roosevelt dime was fed into a press striking cents and was struck, resulting in this coin.
ICG MS67 with lustrous surfaces. A beautiful example.