Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by pinoyqt, Oct 28, 2020.
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A doubled die would affect the date but not the mint mark. A double punched mint mark would affect the mint mark but not the date. When both the date and the mint mark are doubled the same amount in the same direction, it MUST be machine doubling.
(Note: Date were added to hubs starting in 1907-1908. Mint marks were added to hubs around 1985,IIRC.)
Do you understand how this happens? It's caused by a movement of the planchet when it's struck. That's all it is.
looks like a tripled
my example is really 5x cool. he has a BIG nose and double chin. i have not came across something like this. i'll send to to pro cleaners, slab it and keep it. but will sell if the price is right. i'll take $5k
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