Overdate

Shown date made by superimposing numbers on a previously dated die.
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overdate

A coin struck from a die with one or more digits of the date repunched over a different digit, e.g. the 1942/1 Mercury dime.
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overdate

The date made by a Mint engraver superimposing one or more numbers over the date on a previously dated die.
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Overdate

O`ver·date' transitive verb To date later than the true or proper period. Milton.
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Overdate

• (v. t.) To date later than the true or proper period.
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Overdate

A date made by superimposing one more numbers on a previously dated die.
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Overdate

Shown date made by superimposing numbers on a previously dated die.
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