1968 S 1 Cent DDO??

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  1. Coinblaster

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  3. cpm9ball

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    It looks like machine doubling to me, but it would help if you took an image from directly overhead instead of at an angle. ~ Chris
     
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  4. furryfrog02

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    NOT a doubled die.
     
  5. Coinblaster

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    Thank you guys
     
  6. Coinblaster

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    Are those poles suppose to be there received_472396796969196.jpeg
     
  7. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    That's the side of the building...
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  8. Coinblaster

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    I know what the back of the building looks like
     
  9. Coinblaster

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    If its not doubling then what's it received_2557543981180667.jpeg received_204065957648682.jpeg called because there's obviously 2 there and the letters are thick and the notches are there especially on the R
     
  10. furryfrog02

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  11. Coinblaster

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    I thought this was machine doubling isn't it mechanical doubling received_1146568279017514.jpeg
     
  12. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Same/same.
    FYI your pictures are getting progressively worse. Try to not zoom in so close if you can’t make them clear.
     
  13. Coinblaster

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    I was just trying to get it straight over for cmp9ball
     
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  15. cpm9ball

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    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
     
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  16. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    First thing you always need to do if you think you found a doubled die is visit

    Www.doubleddie.com
    And
    Www.varietyvista.com

    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
     
  17. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    When those poles are missing so are the Initials and it's called the floating roof variety. Yours looks normal in all aspects.
     
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