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2012 Canadian 5 cent DDO Unlisted

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  • 2012 Canadian 5 cent DDO Unlisted

    Hey everyone, I could only upload so many photos so I picked a couple that display some of the obverse doubling I found on this 2012 Canadian 5 Cent. I believe it to be unlisted as well. There is a large amount of accumulation (die chips) along the lettering design elements leading me to believe this is a late die state example.
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    Hi Paul....I am not into doubled dies much but it appears your coin isn't a doubled die but what is referred to as machine doubling.
    James Zimmerman
    Coneca N-911
    CONECA PA State Rep/Treasurer

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      Hi Mr. Zimmerman, thank you very much for your reply. I have to say I do search quite extensively for errors like this and I did get a couple experts opinions on it and they all agreed it appears to be a true doubled die. That being said I would never argue with you or them regardless, and appreciate any feedback from you or the fine people on this forum. Thank you again.

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