Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by RBurk, Jul 1, 2021.
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Thanks frog. I did not say it might be a -004. That much I know. You may be correct about no doubling, but I personally see a few weak doubles in IGWT. Either way, I know it's worth little to nothing.
Thanks Nut. I'm not sure about your cud statement (needing to touch the rim) but you may be right. Either way, I think it gets the point across. The doubles I see (If they are) are very faint and difficult to see, but they are visible in the pics. Look closely at the right side of the T. You can see what looks like faint doubling with notch(es).
Oh sorry, I saw the part where you said you thought you found a. I misunderstood.
If anything, it is probably the master hub doubling that is common on 72s.
Possibly a master hub double but it does not look like it. In the two rolls, probably half of them are the common MHD that is common. I have come to recognize the characteristics pretty well, I think.
Agreed. The date looks primarily MD. It's just whatever is going on at the tip of the bottom of the 2, kind of extending from the MD and unlike the MD, it has some extra elevation. Anyway, I'm going to put it in with the "normal" 72's and let it go.
Yes, die deterioration but many of the doubles in 72 come with deteriorated dies. Here are a couple of the better ones from the two rolls.
…but not the one in your original post…I stand on my assessment of that coin…imo…Spark
cud is rim to rim
I called it exactly what the op called it so they could reference what I was saying.
Some of that is die doubling. That first coin you posted is just strike-doubled.
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