1958 Double Die Obverse Penny - D mint mark

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by mister martin, Feb 23, 2009.

  1. mister martin

    mister martin Junior Member

    I am by no means an expert, but I was looking through some pennies today. And came across a 1958 Double Die Obverse with a Denver mint mark. I didn't see it in the book I have. But I see the 1958 Double Die Obverse as being very rare. So I figured this might be a good place to start. I don't have a picture of it just yet, but I plan to post one.
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  3. EagleEye

    EagleEye Member

    If there is doubling on the date and mintmark it is certainly strike-doubling which happens when the coin is struck.

    The 1958 DD listed in the Red Book is known by only 2 examples. They would likely sell for over $100,000 is offered today. It is almost as wide a separation as found on the 1955 DD.
  4. desertgem

    desertgem Senior Errer Collecktor Supporter

    Here is a starting place on any Lincoln variety

    fill in the year, the mint, and all that you are looking for such as Doubled die and you should find 4 DD obverses for 1958-D.

    Welcome to the Forum!

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  5. andy21us

    andy21us Coin Hoarder

    Welcome to the Forum Martin. Until you can post a pic can you tell us a little more about the doubling? Is the doubling on the date, mint mark, or lettering? If the doubling is in the lettering or date which letter(s) or number(s) is it in. If it is in the mint mark, does it look something like this.

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  6. rockdude

    rockdude Coin Collector

    welcome to the forum mister martin:hail:
  7. huntsman53

    huntsman53 Supporter**


    Did you check out the 1958-P DDO Cent that Copper Coins has listed as a 1958P-1DO-001? I can tell you that it is in error! It is apparently a Variety not listed with Coneca but it is definitely not the Big One "1-O-I-CW; FS-01-1958-101 (022.15)".

  8. sk8er722

    sk8er722 New Member

    sorry to bring back an old thread, but i have a coin with the same doubled mint mark but nothing else is doubled. its in good condition, would this type be worth any?
  9. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    This site will show you what you may have:

  10. Foxtrox

    Foxtrox New Member

    Hello every one, i have a lincoln penny date 1950 mintmark "S" how much worth this coin?
  11. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

    This question should be posted under "What's it Worth?" Maybe a mod will move it.
  12. shiny coins for life

    shiny coins for life Active Member

    I found a 1958 penny plain mintmark and it looks like there is an extreme doubled die on the reverse. do you know how much its worth?
  13. jay4202472000

    jay4202472000 Well-Known Member

    Got a pic?
  14. shiny coins for life

    shiny coins for life Active Member

  15. shiny coins for life

    shiny coins for life Active Member

    It depends on the condition of the coin but I will estimate from 30 cents to 1 dollar.
  16. shiny coins for life

    shiny coins for life Active Member

    Sorry jay for not replying right away but I got confused with my account. I have no pictures of the coin yet but it is very doubled on the reverse kind of like the 1955 doubled die obverse wheat penny.
  17. jeff adkins

    jeff adkins New Member

    i was searching a bag of wheats a few days ago and my son found a 1958 D with a very strong doubled date and mint mark and there looks like a 7 under the eight i will try to get a pic up in order to get help with info
  18. donwall57

    donwall57 Active Member

    I( have a 1958 D with a lot of doubling!
  19. James weaver

    James weaver New Member

    I am no coin expert myself but I have been collecting some coins for a. Of time I have some photos of some point I would like you to look at and for you guys to tell me what you think
  20. Brandon31

    Brandon31 New Member

    Is there a error 1958 dd on the unum and the vaule
  21. Is this a 1958 d ddo? 20170410_162629-1.jpg 20170410_162308-1.jpg
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