1943 penny double die??

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  1. CeciliaS81

    CeciliaS81 Member

    This penny is very different not sure what to make of it

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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Worn Die Strike
    Not a Doubled Die
  4. CeciliaS81

    CeciliaS81 Member

    Whats a worn die strike exactly? Sorry I am new to coins and learning as I go along. Any info is much appreciated to expand my knowledge
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    When the Die that is used to strike the blank planchet is overused (worn die) then you have Die Deterioration which results in Die Deterioration Doubling. Worthless Doubling.
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  6. ken454

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  7. Idries Pappas

    Idries Pappas Collector of Coins and Lenses

    As paddyman said, DDD from a worn die. This is actually very common on steel cents, I believe it's due to the hardness of the steel planchets.

    Doubled die, not double die
    Cent, not penny
  8. CeciliaS81

    CeciliaS81 Member

    Awesome thank you for the information
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