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1964 1c proof

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  • 1964 1c proof

    ...looks like a DDR?...

  • #2
    I can't tell. Any focused close-ups available?

    I am moving this to the variety thread. It is not considered an error.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer


    • #3
      Why do you think this is a DDR--can you explain what you are seeing on it?


      • #4
        Please identify the area in question. And we need closer photos. It looks like a nice bright normal Lincoln
        Jason Cuvelier

        Lead attributer


        • #5
          I see the feature at the left edge, bottom corner of the main device extending to the base of the column. Each step has it. I have seen several similar and viewed it under magnification. It is just one presentation of this kind of error. It is sometimes visible on the opposite side of the building but most commonly at the cornices. This photo shows me a DDR. Other presentations show what may be tripling.


          • #6
            I do not see an error or variety on your coin.
            Bob Piazza
            Lincoln Cent Attributer


            • #7
              I see what you might be referring to along the left base of the monument edge. It could be doubled or just light off the plastic creating a doubling effect. Hard to tell without close ups.