Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Michael777, Oct 16, 2019.
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http://doubleddie.com/365001.html and: http://varietyvista.com/01a LC Doubled Dies Vol 1/DDO 1958.htm
Die Deterioration Doubling.
You can see that from that photo? Wow your eyes are way better than mine and I just got new glasses!
It's just my opinion.
I see a slight upwards smearing of some of the letters in IGWT.
Then someone like @Rick Stachowski will come along and call it a DDO
see im a real coin collector and admire a coin no matter me or anyone else finding and or owning the coin the facts are there and the coin is what it is and no one can change that the doubling is exactly like the few examples that are know look it up if you dont believe me
I don't believe or do believe anyone.. It's all about sharing my opinion, which most of the time is correct.
When you understand the differences in Doubling you will understand whatbI mean.. One day.
Your coin looks nothing like the real DDO. http://doubleddie.com/365001.html
So, you submitted it for grading or do you mean attribution? There is a difference, you know!
But keep on hunting!
p.s. Die deterioration doubling on the original posted coin.
and OPs comparison coin
look nothing a like.
of course, there is an oddity with the rim from being off-struck.
Also, don't be fooled by bright, direct reflective light in thinking it's part of the coin.
He has already made himself look like a fool. I'll be surprised if he returns.
What he said. Doesn't look anything like the real deal. Not a doubled die.
I want to see what the TPG slab states ...
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