Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by dogstar99, Aug 19, 2022.
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That's a blister on the mint mark as stated.
Not a new variety.
And the correct numismatic terminology is Doubled Die.. Not double die.
The doubling on the date is also a plating issue.
This was a common problem on the early zinc cents.
Be careful how you're handling it, you don't want to get fingerprints on it.
I see letters, too
Liberty, In God We Trust, a D mintmarkOne Cent, United States of America, and E Pluribus Unum
And if you look really close you can probably see PMD all over the place.
Yes and Lincoln is smoking too. That is the worse road rash I think I’ve ever seen.
No doubling as that is a plating blister.
Separate names with a comma.