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Discovery to make known: Proof Bicentennial 25c Double Die Rev.

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  • Discovery to make known: Proof Bicentennial 25c Double Die Rev.

    Hello everyone,

    I'm new to the forum. I've made a numismatic discovery and would like to bring it to the attention of the community. It is a Bicentennial Quarter with a double die reverse. I would like some kind of advice on what I need to do or who I need to show this to so I can have this find professionally validated and get a possible appraisal. I have not seen it in any books. The most prominent doubling is in the small side of the drummer's face and the lettering around the coin, "United States of America" and "Quarter Dollar". Any help in this area would be greatly appreciated. I have been collecting coins for several years in the past as a child and have just recently became more active as an adult collector. (the squiggly line in the second photo is a hair.)







    Last edited by hobub; 10-20-2011, 12:48 AM.

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    Hello Hobub,
    I hate to be the bearer of bad news but from the images I see here, you have a great example of strike doubling, ejection damage doubling, machine doubling damage or any of the other terms indicating NOT a doubled die. It is a great example that should be held for educational purposes. It has no premium. Sorry about that.

    Mike

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    • #3
      I agree, a case of machine doubling. Thanks for Sharing and keep up the hunt
      Jason Cuvelier
      CONECA - ErrorVariety.com - Traildies.com - MADClashes.com - Error-Ref.com
      (all images I use are ©Jason Cuvelier 2008-13)

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