Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Freddy Sada, Aug 2, 2021.
Hmmm.. ok here's a new thread =P
What is this called? (See pics below)
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Machine doubling I believe.
My point is getting a Cameo designation on a 1959 Proof half dollar would increase the value significantly. I am not how you might be treated if you sent the coin in under the economy rates. Getting a Cameo on a coin dicey because the application of it seems inconsistent to me.
I did mean to upset you.
It's just from the way the coin was struck. These aren't struck with a high degree of care and accuracy, they're rather rattled off, very, very rapidly.
It’s a form of NAV or no added value Doubling. Very common. It even has damage above the G in the motto.
Thanks you guys...
I wasn't looking for the rarity or anything. Just wanted to know what is that condition called.
Some were saying Yes it is, others saying no. I'd like to know what you all think. Thanks a lot.
If it is doubled it’s an RPM.
http://varietyvista.com/09b WQ Vol 2/RPMs 1963-D.htm
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