Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Handyman, Feb 10, 2021.
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If this is in fact a DDR. You are most likely only gonna be able to attribute it with die markers.
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I have that and try to match up with no success lol
Thanks for the reply
Let me give you another analysis. Do you see the D and the O? Are those shaped normally? Get out another 1965 and see. What you're seeing as two Ds and two Os are one D and one O. We know that because not one of these two Ds and two Os you're seeing is the normal size of a D and O, and yet combine the double images in each, and they're the exact normal size.
Suggestion. Get off "flat and shelf-like" and think what you're trying to identify in die doubling. Isn't it two adjacent images, partially-superimposed? That means one of the two images, and that would be the top one, necessarily, has to be fully-intact. It can't be distorted or chopped off, as appears here, as, again, it's the top image.
That leaves, these are normal Ds and Os.
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