Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by SEAN RICHARD, Jun 28, 2019.
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It took me a while to find a doubled die. Takes time.
That's not a lot TBH. I have searched close to $20,000 worth. I have made some good finds...But really, they are not that common.
And to a point you are correct, the extra part is raised ..but not enough for a 1972 when they hubbed twice with an annealing in between and the two were not perfectly aligned, you got a coin with the doubled part about the same height. Notice here on the 55/55 DDO that where the numbers cross they appear to merge together as they are the same height.
Also the 72/72 DDO-001, should have enlarged the overlaps, sorry. Just keep looking at references . Simple words such as doubling can have many degrees and meanings....as well as value differences. Jim
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