1964 D DDO, DDD or PMD?

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  1. Hahnstein

    Hahnstein Member

    71C8BB85-4BA4-4B29-B59C-1FE440C9FE60.jpeg Opinions and education please.

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  3. c-coinage

    c-coinage New Member

    From what i can tell, it looks like a MD coin, look at the top of the 9 and mint mark, notice how flat the devices are?, RPM expands the devices, so would true doubling,it does not reduce the devices as your coin shows, there should be a split or what is know as suriffs, on the device which a true RPM, or doubling would show......
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  4. TomPZ

    TomPZ New Member

    Tough to tell with the amount of circulation wear. Could have been something at one time or another.
  5. c-coinage

    c-coinage New Member

    I would like to apologize, to Hahnstein, i spelled the word suriffs wrong, the correct spelling should be"SERIFS"......
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  6. Hahnstein

    Hahnstein Member

    Lol, non needed. I got it!. Thanks your comment was indeed helpful.
  7. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Just a common one cent, well circulated coin. Billions of them were minted.
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