I think most buyers would feel that way if all they saw were the first photos, and then received the second. Of course most sellers are going to...
Oh wow that's crazy. I have had a few like that. It can be hard to take good photos through the slabs.
Thanks for your responses!
I'm not seeing it either anymore. I think it was just strange toning that I took as doubling until further pursued....
Now that I look at it through scanning, I think it is just a weird optical illusion due to the toning that seems to be occurring on the highest...
I see that too. Actually I wasn't sure what I was seeing on those letters, so I did not mention them.
Yes, could be. I'll have to look into this more.
Can you say where you are seeing the doubling?
I just found this among my coins and it appears to be a DDO but I can't find many 1969 Kennedys looking like this, so just wondering. Notice the E...
The 1999 looks like damage to me, like something rolled over it. I don't really see what you mean on the 1983.
I think it has been decladified.
I see more doubling on the reverse on ONE CENT than obverse, but would need to see better close-up photos to know for sure.
That's pretty odd. Looks to me like post mint damage, especially considering the green area around it.
In my opinion, the toning does not give them much additional value unless they are in MS condition or higher possibly. However there...
No, I don't know what I am looking at, but I can tell from your lifeline that you have not been on Cointalk very long.
I'm sort of lost now. I saw it better in your first photos.
3rd and 4th picture look like possible WAM, but not wide enough, and other pics look like CAM. So I would say CAM.
That's interesting. I did not know that.
I see what you are seeing. It is definitely there. I just don't know what it is.
No problem. I just don't like to look at their fingers up close. and please don't tell me you don't have air conditioning or type on a keyboard.
No, the dried fingers and fingernails were unnecessary.
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