1982 d small zinc

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  1. Isaiah Hicks

    Isaiah Hicks Member

    B569FC07-2A99-4893-8FF1-BC1EE2FD114A.jpeg 912DE893-E792-4440-B924-6B83B7F50489.jpeg A16B3EA2-F81C-4004-BD3B-4B7EAC5AF10C.jpeg ADFB027E-379C-4F8A-B410-FB0E6D53E27E.jpeg Is that an rpm and is that doubling on the date and is the L in liberty doubled to left? I took some very good photos from what I thought that showed what I saw in good light but I cannot find them on phone now! B569FC07-2A99-4893-8FF1-BC1EE2FD114A.jpeg 912DE893-E792-4440-B924-6B83B7F50489.jpeg
     
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  3. Isaiah Hicks

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    I know it’s a well worn circulated coin
     
  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    That's a Plating Blister on the Mint Mark and die deterioration doubling. Worthless doubling.

    Not any kind of Mint Error.
     
  5. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Not an RPM, just a plating blister. Common on Zinc Cents.
     
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  6. Isaiah Hicks

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    Ok thank you could I post a few diff pics of coins and maybe you tell me if any are worth anything I have a lot of possible errors
     

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  7. Isaiah Hicks

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  8. Isaiah Hicks

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    I have many more to I’ve Been looking at alot
     

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  9. Isaiah Hicks

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    The 2009 d penny I can’t find any errors to look for
     

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  10. Isaiah Hicks

    Isaiah Hicks Member

    What I don’t get is some of the stuff I post or ask about looks exactly Like what other people on you tube or elsewhere say it’s an error then I ask on here and people act like it’s nothing! DEDADFA3-4B8F-492C-8A86-D36AB3C70296.jpeg DEDADFA3-4B8F-492C-8A86-D36AB3C70296.jpeg 033DC85E-2588-4009-8EBF-30ADEB1D3FC5.jpeg
     

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  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    NAV.. No Added Value
     
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  12. Isaiah Hicks

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    Justjust found this what ya think CB7CD0B5-BD99-4077-B0C7-AD08F3D5DB3F.jpeg 30C3D5B1-EA0B-42CC-8500-A29C579DB336.jpeg 9A1EEA27-CBB1-4F42-B9FD-D4628F43AD16.jpeg
     
  13. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Clearly DDD - Die Deterioration doubling.
    Worthless doubling. Nothing to do with a true Doubled Die variety.
     
  14. Isaiah Hicks

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  15. Isaiah Hicks

    Isaiah Hicks Member

    Isn’t die deterioration on all sides not specifically showing doubling of number but showing on all sides?
     
  16. paddyman98

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  17. Isaiah Hicks

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    Ok what am I missing? I don’t get the difference?
     
  18. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Go to this website and click on the worthless doubling tab. It explains it all very well..
    https://doubleddie.com
     
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  20. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Also all die deterioration doubling..
    Listen, most of the issues you will find on coins are die deterioration and mechanical doubling issues. That's why I don't bother looking for any Doubled Dies unless they are the major doubled dies that are known. For me it's a waste of time IMHO
     
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  21. Phil's Coins

    Phil's Coins Active Member

    The problem with "you tube etc." is that the ones posting the info are usually NOT informed about Die Deterioration, Die Chips, etc. there are MANY sites available to research, you tube is NOT ONE OF THEM.
     
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