Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Coinblaster, Feb 21, 2020.
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NOT a doubled die.
That's the side of the building...
I know what the back of the building looks like
called because there's obviously 2 there and the letters are thick and the notches are there especially on the R
@cpm9ball already answered it.
I thought this was machine doubling isn't it mechanical doubling
FYI your pictures are getting progressively worse. Try to not zoom in so close if you can’t make them clear.
I was just trying to get it straight over for cmp9ball
Machine doubling, mechanical doubling, strike doubling and ejection doubling all mean the same thing. Your images show "flat and shelf-like" surfaces. There are no split serifs or notches, just machine doubling. ~ Chris
To see if you can find an EXACT match.
Plus, it gives you experience looking at true doubled dies.
There is always the possibility of finding a DD that isn't listed, but you need to be very proficient at knowing the differences between MD and die deterioration doubling vs true doubling. And that takes a lot of time and study
When those poles are missing so are the Initials and it's called the floating roof variety. Yours looks normal in all aspects.
Separate names with a comma.