I can’t tell from your pictures. Check it out here:
It’s not inverted. It’s a MMS-006 1944-1946. 1946 has an inverted MM....
Not a die crack. Looks like PMD.
What areas do you think there might be doubling?
Damage. You can see the metal movement from a hit. Cool looking though! I’d probably keep it.
Unfortunately not a DDR, it’s DDD from a worn die.:(
Like I said. The pictures are to blurry for me to make anything out.
Your pictures are blurry on my end. They all appear polished and damaged.
You can buy a digital powder scale, accurate within 1/10 of a grain ( approx.006 grams ) with the standard for less than $50.00. They are...
Standards are a common ammunition reloading suppliers item. Just make sure you order grams not grains.
The 1964 SMS’s were struck in Philadelphia. This might help.
It’s caused by die deterioration. You can see DDD with flow lines.
Welcome to CT! Your coin is heavily damaged. The copper is worn off exposing the zinc core. Cu-zinc cents weigh 2.5g with a +\- .10g, therefore it...
PMD. Post mint damage. You can see the that the metal has displaced.
Thanks for the new picture, but it has too much glare for me to tell anything about it. If you can, post a picture like this without the glare:...
Check all the pick up points,(pups). See if you can cross reference it to Wexler’s.http://doubleddie.com/
Let us know what you find! :)
Can’t tell for sure but check this out:
It’s circulation damage as @paddyman98 said. Not what would be considered a floating roof on the reverse, close but no cigar. How about a picture...
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