Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by 1stSgt22, Sep 24, 2021.
1964-D DDRs (varietyvista.com)
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I don't even know how VV determines those are DDR examples.
Possibly from experience and a tiny amount of separation on the letters?
I thought DD are split serif? Is it distorted hub doubling?..They all look flat and shelflike to me.. Oh well I don't really like those types of issues anyway.
I will read more on the subject
Doubled Dies (error-ref.com)
I place my respect on Variety Vista. Reason? What they post is checked by just about every error collector and they get to see the entire coin. What Paddy said is correct. some of the images look shelf-like; but most show a micro split at the least.
No, your coin is NOT a DDR.
@1stSgt22 Now I am really confused.
Your coin is DDR-015 .
You're welcome ...
Not from the image in VV. I don't see the split on the "N." We'll just disagree. If it were mine, I'd put it between to pieces of cardboard in an envelope, stick two forever stamps on it and send it to Coin World for Ken Potter to examine. Enclose a SASE for return mail. Virtually free authentication for less than two bucks. Good Luck.
Yeah I'll be seeing mr. Potter in November
I sit at the coneca table with them
( jim Motley ) been doing it for years
Not worth spending any money on .
To me they're just fun finds .
I am going to take pictures of one I own, but I'm waiting on my computer to finish updating .
You have to plumb these coins up right .
Otherwise nothing looks right, everything will look shelf like .
I've taken thousands of images with mr. Potter . Couldn't have a better teacher in taking images .
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