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New ddo/ddo error?

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  • New ddo/ddo error?

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    seems almost the entire reverse and his face and in god we trust on obverse is very clearly doubled…can find this listed anywhere

  • #2
    I just can't tell with the supplied photos. The glare and fo9cus when I zoom in is making it difficult to make a call on this one. Is is possible for you to take a close-up of an area with the most pronounced doubling. My first thought is MD but I would like to be absolutely sure.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer


    • #3
      Dear sir,

      Thank you for taking some of your time to examine the pictures I posted. I am picking up a much better camera today as those pics were taken from my iPhone while coin roll hunting on my lunch break lol. This evening I will get much better pics and post them to this forum

      To find a discovery coin is a dream of mine. I know all good things come with patience!! Not saying this is “the one” but one day hopeful our conversation will be regarding “the one”

      Anyhow I just wanted to take a sec and express my appreciation for your time and what you do for us

      Thanks and have a good day
      Michael G. Anderson


      • #4
        Can't wait to see the pics. Take your time as there may be a learning curve with macro photos and a new camera.
        Bob Piazza
        Lincoln Cent Attributer


        • #5
          On a modern doubled die, one shouldn't see that much doubling - it won't be all over the reverse or obverse - and it won't be naked eye obvious. Just be aware of that. Post close up photos when you have them.
          Jason Cuvelier

          Lead attributer