Can't be an 1888.;)
DDD= Die Deterioration doubling which simply means it came from a worn die that should have been retired. It is not a true doubled die, nor an error.
The only good mechanical doubling serves is to teach newbies the difference between that and true hub doubling.
Sorry about the typo, I edited my post.
Reprocessed means that after it left the mint, someone re-plated the surfaces. In this case it would be a ruined coin. It's tough to tell by your...
Numismatic News price guide currently lists this in XF at $7,100.00. But seeing as it's in an ICG holder, it might be a tougher sell. Best to check...
Yes, worth more as a set provided there are no problem coins in the set. IMHO.
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