Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Candice Wise, Dec 3, 2020.
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Not a true Doubled Die.
It needs to look exactly like this..
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It exhibits the very very very common form
of 'ejection' or 'mechanical' doubling.
Just because a coin (of any denomination) has
doubling on it does NOT mean it's a doubled die.
There are numerous forms of doubling, most of them
not considered to be errors, and have absolutely
no premium over face value.
You should really try to get out of the habit of holding a coin in your hand when taking a photo of it. The images are, most often, too blurry. Lay the coin on a flat surface, and take each photo from directly overhead using a copy stand or tripod to stabilize the camera.
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