1934 ddo

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  1. dlp_dlp21

    dlp_dlp21 always and forever

    extra thickness?
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  3. Kentucky

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  4. FoundinTN

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  5. FoundinTN

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    I admire your persistence,but have you done any independent research into your coins? I see alot of posts that can easily be answered with a little searching. Do yourself a favor and read up on these things,it will go a long way in your pursuit
     
  6. Rick Stachowski

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  8. dlp_dlp21

    dlp_dlp21 always and forever

    alot of rhe
    to be honest alot of them i do already know the answer but 2 have extra set of eyes and be checked and have others opinions and feedback is mostly what i post for i read through fourm daily and see what others post also so ty for your feedback and yes Rick it is the correct one
     
  9. dlp_dlp21

    dlp_dlp21 always and forever

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  10. FoundinTN

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    Cheers.
     
  11. Kevin Mader

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    Yes. A DDO. Look for the markers to attribute it.
     
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  13. Rick Stachowski

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  14. Rick Stachowski

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    Here's the easy way ( Doubling ) to match it up .
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  16. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    What gets doubled and how it looks is established by the class of doubling. Some have similar spreads but differ in subtle ways. In this case, most of the doubling and thickness are about the date and the right half of the coin. Look at the U in TRUST. Note the thickness is vertical within the letter. But the date appears wider/thicker. And thickness in LIBERTY is harder to see.
     
  17. Kevin Mader

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    I'm not sure if "rounded look" refers to the bend noticed in the letters of LIBERTY, but this is a fair indicator of Class VI doubling. When I see this, I tend to slow down a bit to check out the rest of the coin. As Rick notes, a quick diagnostic is with regards the 4. From what I can see in the listings for both coins in my post above, this would be needed to determine which you had (especially when dealing with worn coins). However, I feel that the diagnostic markers below WE and above Lincoln's head would also give an indication of which variety it is. I think we have it attributed...but it's nice when an OP has that "A-hah" moment and is a useful learning point to help folks along the learning curve.
     
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