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1943 D - Class 4 DDO - Not listed on public listings

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  • 1943 D - Class 4 DDO - Not listed on public listings

    I have about 40 Class 4 ddos that arent on any public listings.
    Heres one of my favorites, hope yall enjoy it as much as I do.

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    In my opinion, it looks like...

    ODV-015 (Full trench around head

    http://varietyvista.com/25%20What%20...%20Changes.htm

    The trenching appeared on coins from 1935 to 1952.
    Gary Kozera
    CONECA State Representative for Virginia
    Website: http://www.minterrors.org

    Unsure if it is mechanical/machine/strike doubling or damage? I suggest reading this post below !
    Updated as of May 4th 2022 !
    https://minterrors.org/what-is-machi...anical-damage/
    Another Post - Updated as of October 17th 2022:

    https://minterrors.org/what-is-a-die-variety-coins/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MintErrors View Post
      In my opinion, it looks like...

      ODV-015 (Full trench around head

      http://varietyvista.com/25%20What%20...%20Changes.htm

      The trenching appeared on coins from 1935 to 1952.
      Absolutely, Fairly familiar with it. Im referring to the extra eyelids -Class 4 ddo

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      • #4
        I seen something there. The area is quite busy, there is something north of the eye as well as south.
        I personally am not a fan of the eyelid DDOs. In my opinion the area of doubling is soooo minute percentage wise. This one almost looks like a mint worker got a weeee bit zealous on doing maintenance in that area. Hopefully others who study this will chime in here.
        Gary Kozera
        CONECA State Representative for Virginia
        Website: http://www.minterrors.org

        Unsure if it is mechanical/machine/strike doubling or damage? I suggest reading this post below !
        Updated as of May 4th 2022 !
        https://minterrors.org/what-is-machi...anical-damage/
        Another Post - Updated as of October 17th 2022:

        https://minterrors.org/what-is-a-die-variety-coins/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MintErrors View Post
          I seen something there. The area is quite busy, there is something north of the eye as well as south.
          I personally am not a fan of the eyelid DDOs. In my opinion the area of doubling is soooo minute percentage wise. This one almost looks like a mint worker got a weeee bit zealous on doing maintenance in that area. Hopefully others who study this will chime in here.
          I understand. These are my favorite kind of ddos.
          2nd in line would be Class 6 doubling.
          I was never a huge fan of the most popular big FS varieties. Although, they are nice.
          Edit* I know about the FS Class 6 varieties lol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Basics2Varieties View Post

            I understand. These are my favorite kind of ddos.
            2nd in line would be Class 6 doubling.
            I was never a huge fan of the most popular big FS varieties. Although, they are nice.
            Edit* I know about the FS Class 6 varieties lol
            would you happen to post on any other forum?

            lovely close-up image. WAY above average to be sure.

            i ask if you post anywhere else as i'd love to see if you've shared some more of this reclusive stash of unknown ddos/ddr/rpm or whatever you have.

            you only have 15 posts here so i presume you haven't posted many or even any others.

            thanks

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            • #7
              Originally posted by occnumis2021 View Post

              would you happen to post on any other forum?

              lovely close-up image. WAY above average to be sure.

              i ask if you post anywhere else as i'd love to see if you've shared some more of this reclusive stash of unknown ddos/ddr/rpm or whatever you have.

              you only have 15 posts here so i presume you haven't posted many or even any others.

              thanks
              I don't post on any other forums. I post quite a bit in a few Facebook groups though.

              I appreciate it, Ray at macrocoins does quite the job on specific setups based on what type of imsges you want to produce. 10/10 Recommend if you have the extra Cash.

              I dont really post these though, i suppose i could.
              Im actively working on my website that i haven't completed yet, that will eventually showcase my collection. My domain is basicstovarieties dot com

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