Being unable to see the reverse details or hold in my hand the coin in question, my conclusion is this is an altered date 1829 JR-3 dime. I hope others have some input on this coin, or maybe if we are very lucky a member here purchased the coin and can provide better pictures!
I also want to mention that none of the coins in the included image are mine, though I have obtained permission from the current owner of this JR-10 for my message here.
Just as a suggestion, a good way to confirm or deny an attribution is to examine a picture of the genuine variety on a trusted website. Such websites would include reliable auction houses as well as dealers who specialize in that coin series.
Some recent John Reich engraved mint medal information:
JRCS Bust Dime CensusAnyone who would like their Draped and/or Capped Bust Dimes included in the upcoming JRCS census, please send a list of the die marriage and grades of your coins to David Quint at email@example.com
The census will be published in the next issue of the John Reich Journal.