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    I recently discovered this doubling on my 1946d cent on the e pluribus Unum. Any help would be appreciated. This is my first post ever and hope the pictures are legible and worthy.
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    To me, the photos are small, and I can't personally see them very well.
    The photos are good, but maybe a tad small.

    I am currently writing a post so downloading these and looking them over is not an ideal time for me.

    What I suggest to do is go visit
    http://varietyvista.com

    To make it easier, I copied the URL out here for the 46D DDR's 1946-D DDRs (varietyvista.com)

    James Wiles categorized a lot of doubled die reverse's (DDR's) and you might be able to match one of them up to your coin.
    Be careful though, there is another condition known as "strike doubling", "Shelf doubling" or "mechanical doubling" that can look like a doubled die, but it is not. All those three mentioned above is damage done to the coin when the die does not clear the coin properly.
    Gary Kozera
    CONECA State Representative for Virginia
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      Here they are a little bigger. I hope this works
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      • #4
        Those extra photos helped a lot. I was able to definitively identify the doubling you see as mechanical. There is no premium for this common striking error.
        Bob Piazza
        Lincoln Cent Attributer

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        • #5
          Great, thanks so. I have Bob. I knew there was something but wasn’t sure. Some older doubled die coins appear as MD, so I was checking.

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          • #6
            You are correct in that some forms of worthless doubling can mimic hub doubling and vice versa. However, close scrutiny and knowing what can happen in the hubbing/striking processes can help immensely. Knowing the specifics of each class of doubling can help answer questions as well. I guess it doesn't hurt to have over 50 years of experience either, but that certainly doesn't mean I am 100% right all the time. It is a learning process your entire life.
            Bob Piazza
            Lincoln Cent Attributer

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            • #7
              Yes, thanks again for the help. It’s kind of overwhelming, but at least I found a hobby being retired. Too bad I didn’t discover it sooner

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