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  • Coarse Lettering Monroe $1

    Referring to a recent story posted on the CONECA main page, I'd be interested to know if the many examples of this "Coarse" lettering that were found by Mr. Barnes exhibit the exact same look to the doubling. The way I see it...

    1) if many are found that look exactly alike -- the doubling might actually be in the raised lettering on the device that creates the lettered edge.

    2) If the examples are all a little different, then the cause might simply be the same as other double edge lettering dollars - except having only a very light spread (i.e. two times through the lettered edge machine without any significant rotation of the orientation of the letters).

    If #1 is true, then this error might be a closer 'kin' to a doubled die or die deterioration doubling then it is to double edge lettering.
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