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  • Is this DDR ?

    I have 2021 D Washington Crossing the Delaware Quarter. Is this DDR ?
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    I have 2021 D Washington Crossing the Delaware Quarter. Is this DDR ?
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    • #3
      No, I don't think so. Looks more like die deterioration or machine doubling.

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      • #4
        I agree with HeartWith02-just DDD/MD

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        • #5
          Is there anyone else ? What about Mr Kozera . What do you think ?

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          • #6
            I also agree with the consensus that this is machine and die deterioration damage.
            Bob Piazza
            Lincoln Cent Attributer

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            • #7
              I still think this coin is doubled die. I have some more photos. Please check them out.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by godaichan View Post
                Is there anyone else ? What about Mr Kozera . What do you think ?
                I agree with the group. I don't see any additional thickness, I do not see any split serifs or anything else that makes me want to call this a doubled die.

                What I do see is some inconsistencies on each of the letters. The coin looks circulated, hard to tell for sure since we don't have a full obverse and reverse of the coin. The photos provided just do not show that this is a doubled die.

                The attributers in the CONECA society were chosen for their positions because the are some of the best at it in the field currently. I highly suggest trusting these individuals because they have decades of experience with coins in general.

                If you must, send the coin in to a third party grading service and have the coin attributed and then slabbed. You could send it in to an attributer vice a third party grading company and they would offer their professional opinion.

                Have you researched this coin on

                http://varietyvista.com
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                https://doubleddie.com ?

                Has there been any other doubled dies found for this series?

                Many of the people here offer their opinion on coins and they are pretty accurate. We all are human and we do make mistakes, but those are usually singular in nature. To have a good consensus leaning toward the same opinion on the same coin seems like a pretty solid attribution to me.

                Gary Kozera
                CONECA State Representative for Virginia
                Website: http://www.minterrors.org

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                • #9
                  I totally understand. I appreciate everyone for giving opinions.
                  I was so exited. Because this is my first time asking about coins to someone else. Nice to meet you guys !
                  I always check coins on Variety Vista and Wexler. I knew there isn't any doubled dies on this series yet. So I kind of hoped that I found a first one.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by godaichan View Post
                    I totally understand. I appreciate everyone for giving opinions.
                    I was so exited. Because this is my first time asking about coins to someone else. Nice to meet you guys !
                    I always check coins on Variety Vista and Wexler. I knew there isn't any doubled dies on this series yet. So I kind of hoped that I found a first one.
                    There are already a few known doubled dies for this series. They're all minor class 8/9 and located below Washington's cuff.

                    Edit: I should mention that this is for Philadelphia issues.
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                    • #11
                      Thank you for the information. I have three rolls from Philadelphia. I keep searching.

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                      • #12
                        Would some kindly answer this please
                        You have already received multiple replies to your original request. What else do you want/need?

                        Important that different coins should be in their own post. It makes it easier to track. The original post was for a quarter, and now you have included dime photos. This is a great example of why different coins should have their own post.
                        Bob Piazza
                        Lincoln Cent Attributer

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                        • #13
                          This Dime is not mine. Someone else just put these photos on my post. I have nothing to do with these pictures. I have no idea why this person uses my post
                          to question about the dime. The name appears on the list is DBOYYUMA. And I do not know the person.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by DBOYYUMA
                            Would some kindly answer this please
                            DBOYYUMA

                            It is best that you create your own post and place your photos there. The CONECA staff like to keep things orderly and future references are easier to find if they have one coin per thread. Do not be surprised if a CONECA staff or admin comes in and removes the photos and requests you repost.
                            Gary Kozera
                            CONECA State Representative for Virginia
                            Website: http://www.minterrors.org

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                            • #15
                              I did delete the photos/comment from the other user. I apologize for not catching that sooner.
                              Bob Piazza
                              Lincoln Cent Attributer

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