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    IMG_0159.jpgI am a 70 year old and new to Concea and the forum and to coin collecting.
    I have been going through rolls of Quarters and have come across some 1994 & 96's
    My Question. Is most of the Doubling on the Obverse especially on IGWT true DD or Worthless Doubling?
    I have yet to try posting a picture due to inexperience.
    Last edited by Howard; 02-10-2016, 01:29 PM.

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    Looks like Strike Doubling aka Machine Doubling
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      MD.jpg

      This is a drawing that was given to me a long time ago, and I use it to help people understand machine doubling.
      Hopefully it is big enough, if it is not, you may be able to save it to your computer and open it up, or make it bigger on your screen.

      Your photo is pretty good, but the lighting is uneven.
      I have taken photographs of hundreds if not thousands of photos, and the Number One pain in the..... Hobby is correct lighting.

      I will share a site with you, which many member of CONECA use. It lists alot of CONECA varieties and has photos for most to compare.

      http://varietyvista.com/

      Under the quarters area

      http://varietyvista.com/09b%20WQ%20Vol%202/index.htm

      Doubled Die Obverse area
      http://varietyvista.com/09b%20WQ%20V...20Listings.htm

      For the 1990's..... There are only three years that CONECA/James Wiles consider Doubled Die Obverse's (DDO's)

      1990-S
      1993-S
      1995-S

      Welcome to CONECA, Keep Hunting and feel free to post about your coins.
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