1958 Double Die Obverse Penny - D mint mark

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

  1. dog_pound

    dog_pound Supporter! Supporter

    No, it's simply DDD.
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  4. Jewels2017

    Jewels2017 Active Member

    Hey guys Listen . I couldn't help but notice that alot of times you guys always seem to have a really hard time posting " Good quality pictures " of your coin finds in the coin talk and guess what after spending tons of money on things like USB MICROSCOPES MAGNIFYING GLASSES ETC. I finally discovered what takes the best quality photos of coins among everything else and so I no longer have to ever strain my eyes or pockets every again. So please take it from me when I tell you if you are a coin collector like my self or simply a coin hunter looking to earn some extra money coin rolling and you want those quality Microscope photos like the professionals then feel free email me or call me . Oh and I've also posted a few pictures below to actually back up and illustrate what im saying ...
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  5. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Well-Known Member

    Try cleaning your camera lense. I know this is annoying but it is what it is lol
  6. Jewels2017

    Jewels2017 Active Member

    Oh by the way . sorry guys I should have explained that the USB microscope isnt what I took these photos with that's why they are so detailed ... The USB microscope I have doesn't take photos like this . And thanks Taylor. Your right . Probably should have cleaned the lens first . Lol
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  7. Chuck Thomas

    Chuck Thomas New Member

    Anyone have information about this date issue I found on a 1958 D? Not having any luck finding another example with this Date Error.

    *new member - just signed up today (7/27).

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  8. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Well-Known Member

    That's not anything valuable. It's called die deterioration, The die was over worked and the numbers smashed in on its self
  9. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    Welcome Chuck!

    Unfortunately, your coin looks to display a form of what's sometimes referred to as "worthless doubling". For your reading pleasure...

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  10. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    Hmm, interesting.... So you, as surely just a humble hobbyist, are here to simply "share" news of some incredible imaging setup, yet instead of, well, actually "sharing" it for the benefit of those you're surely only wishing to help, you expect/demand they contact you on the blind?

    Why do I get the feeling someone is really here dangling a baited hook?

    O Gemmy-o, Gemmy-o! Wherefore art thou, Gemmy-o?
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  12. Jewels2017

    Jewels2017 Active Member

    No my friend ... The only thing that I can assure you that you are probably sensing is a not a baited hook but a great business man with great vision that's all . And someone that has no problem with making an honest living . Infact im absolutely sure that you see these same type of people and deal with them in your day to day life whenever you go to your nearest grocery store or restaurant . Do you not ? And do you tell them when your purchasing their food .... Hmmm . Im sensing that something is up and seriously wrong at this restaurant here because I couldn't see the cooks actually making my food . LOL
  13. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    Dumb... there's simply no other words to explain the comparisons. The idea of expecting patrons to blindly order the "best dish" at a restaurant, and without knowing the first thing about it, surely results in resounding success.

    Seriously though, a "great business man" (ahem, "businessman") who can't be bothered to proofread his advertisements, actually read the forum rules before posting it, or to even remotely identify the product he's here to hawk other than to falsely claiming it offers the "best quality"? Very, very impressive, sir; how silly of me not to have realized your "greatness".

    Since Gemmy doesn't seem to care, one can only hope any member reading said ad will see it for what it clearly is. If such a person truly wishes to learn how to image coins, there are numerous past threads they'll find infinitely more enlightening, and regardless of their personal budget, than chasing unknown and nonexistent rainbows. There are also a number of long-term members who have graciously been willing to help others in this very area, and have done so without trying to remove money from their pockets. The choice is theirs, but seems a no-brainer to me...
  14. Lindasnaz

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  15. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector

    Welcome To Coin Talk! Would you like to tell or ask anything beyond that quote? ;)

  16. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Well-Known Member

    Jewels..... you really put your phone number for everyone on the internet to see? Every time someone types 1958 double die obverse penny D, the first thing they gonna see is that number. I'd carry myself very well with the members here if I were you lol
  17. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector

    As for the phone number and e-mail address, I just took those out. :)
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  18. Tyler Graton

    Tyler Graton Well-Known Member

    Good idea ;) I thank you for jewels. Very nice gesture!
  19. Jewels2017

    Jewels2017 Active Member

    Thank you very much Chrisild for the kind and mature gesture . I was actually not aware that my info was being broadcasted over the entire net since I was still a virgin to the way that cointalk and Google are connected . Smh .
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  20. BooksB4Coins

    BooksB4Coins Newbieus Sempiterna

    Hey, I tried.....
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  21. chrisild

    chrisild Coin Collector

    Sorry, I had not seen that message before - not until I replied to Lindasnaz's post, that is. :) The best thing to do, if you want to alert "any mod", is to click on the Report link, and add a short comment.

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