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1938 5˘ DDO-008 (FS-106) 

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  • 1938 5˘ DDO-008 (FS-106) 

    1938 5˘ DDO-008 (FS-106)
    Strong spread on LIBERTY, date, IN GOD WE TRUST with doubling present on the face, nose and lips

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    Jason Cuvelier

    CONECA
    Lead attributer

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    I love the Jefferson Nickel series, especially the varieties! I've been lucky enough to find a few nice examples. I'm glad the Cherry Picker Crew added DDO-008. In the early days of Third Party Grading, DDO-008 was included/attributed into the DDO-005 (FS-102) population. They now have it right!

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    • #3
      interesting this coin has the doubled profile like the roosevelt dime that was dismissed as a die clash but this nickel has obvious corresponding doubling throughout the legend. nice one!

      edited to add several days later.

      also a good example for lip doubling is 1878 8tf $1 vam-23

      if anyone ever wants to do a cross study to run down the roosevelt(s) with "doubled" lips and perhaps other areas of the coin, seeing other coins with that attribute may help.
      Last edited by occnumis2021; 05-18-2021, 09:06 PM.

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