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1919 P Winged Liberty Dime die clash?

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  • 1919 P Winged Liberty Dime die clash?

    I have a 1919 P Winged Liberty dime that I need opinions on. I thought at first I might have a DDO, but upon examination it just appears to be heavily polished/ground (the die crack doesn't appear to be in the right orientation either). Looking at the date and forehead area, there appears to be some strong clashing(?). Would appreciate any input. Other than the die polish doubling, is there clashing, or am I just seeing things? Thanks for looking.

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    There's damage to the coin - I suppose behind that damage could be a slight clash mark but I doubt it
    Jason Cuvelier

    Lead attributer