Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Katfish, Aug 27, 2018.
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I'm assuming you are asking if it's a Doubled Die Quarter
Need clearer pictures
here to see if you can find a match, here to learn about other types of doubling, here if you want to learn how dies are made, and here to learn more about doubled dies.
What attitudes? Do you have a response for the OP?
The attitudes I have represented in other recent threads. I would respond to the OP but it seems others have gotten it well covered.
I mentioned nicely to post clearer pictures.
When we enlarge your pictures they look blurry. Some other member who posted just likes to start trouble. I apologize for that.
Blurry image doubling
I assumed the usual would follow. Wow. Yet another landmine. What fun.
mechanical / ejection doubling on them, especially the
reverses, including the D Mintmark. (especially 1964-D's)
I'll stick my neck out and say that there is a 99.857%
certainly that the OP's coin(s) have this type of doubling.
1 - go to a well lit area. The brighter the light the faster the "shutter" speed of the camera which minimized motion blur.
2 - put the coin on a FLAT surface (not your hand). And take pics of both sides, and full coin pics too
3 - If you can, use a box or something to put the cellphone on and point the camera lens Directly DOWN to the coin (not at an angle).
4 - Make sure the cell phone if FAR Enough AWAY from the coin so that it can focus on it. And make sure it does focus on the coin rather than the background. If the cell phone is to close the images will be fuzzy.
5 - make sure you crop the image (get rid of the dead space) before posting it.
6 - don't be in a hurry. It usually requires you to redo images .. we'll probably ask to redo images that we cannot see details of. So might as well do it right the first time and take your time. If you cannot see details in the images, neither can we.
Also try to put dark coins (copper, etc) on a white surface (even plain white paper) and bright coins (clad, nickel, silver, etc) on a black surface (like black paper).
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