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  • mustbebob
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    I am sorry Sam, but none of this (your newer photos) is helping. The photos are still tiny, they still pixelate when zooming in on them, and they are still out of focus. I understand that you may be able to see them on your phone, but it doesn't work on this format.
    Based on what I do know, this is not a doubled die. I don't know what else to tell you.

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  • Sam1966
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    image_18777~2.jpg The B, E, R, T & Y look to be doubled. Also, TRUST. Thanks Sam

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  • mustbebob
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    Enlarging it on your phone doesn't help us here. The photo is so tiny and the more you zoom in, the more pixelated it becomes. I am afraid we can't do anything else for you without better photos. I can tell you that 1958 did not have any doubled dies of significance, and from the larger photos you did provide, I didn't see anything that looked like hub doubling.

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  • Sam1966
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    image_18777~9.jpg what is this, I am really confused. Looks like doubled die. I can't post any larger for some reason, but can enlarge with my phone.

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  • Coindog
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    I'm seeing die degradation and machine doubling, not hub doubling.

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  • mustbebob
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    I appreciate you taking extra pics but, I am still not seeing anything that looks like hub doubling.

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  • Sam1966
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    Have to do 2 post due to photo size
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  • Sam1966
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    Hopefully you can see these photos, thanks Sam.
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  • mustbebob
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    Those photos are so tiny that they pixelate when I try to zoom in on them. Based on what I can see, there is no hub doubling on this coin.

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  • Sam1966
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    Here are some close-ups, thanks Bob.
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  • mustbebob
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    Could you be more specific on why you think this is a DDO? I am not seeing anything.

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  • Sam1966
    started a topic 1958 DDO?

    1958 DDO?

    I am pretty sure this is a DDO, but opinions are appreciated.
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