1960D d over d small date over large date

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  1. Chris .c.

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  4. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    It's not the large over small. It's missing a major characteristic.
     
  5. Chris .c.

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    It’s miss the d next to the 9 but it gots double is this a ddo
     
  6. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    Not sure the photo is too blurry to help. If we haven't said before it is always best to post clear full size photos of each side of the coin.
    Crop them to where only the coin shows, don't magnify them. we should be able to click on them and get a larger view of the details.
     
  7. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Looks like a normal small date 60D to me. I see no signs of doubling.
     
  8. coinquest1961

    coinquest1961 Active Member

    It's a small date and nothing more. The lg/sm has a WIDELY repunched MM to the north. You can see one here------http://varietyvista.com/01b%20LC%20Doubled%20Dies%20Vol%202/1960DDDO001.htm
     
  9. Chris .c.

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  11. Chris .c.

    Chris .c. Member

    It’s on the BE from liberty and the date
     
  12. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Because of the most difference in the date being the 6 and 0, they are the best indication of date/date.
    1960-D, DDO-001, sm date/large date, D/D rpm
    60-ddo-WRPM-sm  over lgdate.JPG
     
  13. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    I am not seeing anything to confirm a Doubled Die.
     
  14. Chris .c.

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  15. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    @Chris .c.

    Looking at the original pics and the recent ones in post #9, it looks like you tried to removed the black spot on Lincoln's mouth. The scratches are easily noticeable. Please be aware that this type of "fixing" significantly reduces the value of the coin.

    Fortunately this isn't a valuable coin, but it's still a shame. The black spot wasn't great, but IMO the scratches are a lot worse. Think of it as using sandpaper to wash your car. Hopefully, this will help you in the future. You don't want to ruin a good coin. It's easy for new collectors to make mistakes, so hopefully this will be a learning experience
     
  16. Chris .c.

    Chris .c. Member

    Yes I did try cleaning it after the black came off I saw what I did live and learn thanks
     
  17. Stevearino

    Stevearino Supporter! Supporter

    Great example of the Snus-chewing Lincoln Cent.

    Steve
     
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