I've got to be honest though, in the beginning I had thought wrong a few times and it ended up being machine doubling. I suppose I haven't posted anything asking about doubled dies for quite some time because I think I just got a little discouraged. I have put many aside though and plan on finding out if they are or aren't doubled dies eventually. So this is the first one I'm posting and I could be completely off. But I felt the need to check with you guys anyways. Everyone is always been so kind and have helped teach me something new every time I post something. I am aware that the 1982 zinc small date doubled die reverse is very scarce so the chances of this being one is very slim to none. Can anyone help me out on this one? Also I think I'm allowed to put only 10 pictures uploaded at first but ive got a bit more then that. I apologize if some may seem repetitive but the lighting might be different. So after i post this ill add a few more. I figure it cant hurt to put all of the pics ive taken to help answer my questions. I know I always post practically novels and ask a lot of questions lol but I wanted to add that there is a mark above Lincoln's head on the obverse side that I thought was pretty interesting. I wasn't sure what made it or how it happened. But it's pretty cool. it's a straight line that goes from the top of his head up north east and through the "E" in "WE". Do things like this ever bring any value to a penny? And then there's also a mark under the "9" in the date. It's sort of a dent which could very well be post mint. But it did look a bit different then just a post mint nick/ scratch. Anyways, i always love any advice. Oh and I promise last thing, this is a little unrelated but can someone please tell me if it is okay to clean a penny with just simply water and soap? I hear all the time that you're not supposed to clean them but I didn't know if just soap and water would have any negative effect on the finish of a coin.