Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Bryan Dillard, Sep 16, 2020.
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I'm guessing clock-wise
CW is Clock Wise, CCW is counter clock wise
Ah, well either way, it isn't a doubled die.
What about this one, is it MD also
I posted it yesterday but no comments.
We have been referring to Lincoln cents online, variety vista and wexlers. I really don't want her to loose interest because its a great way for us to spend quality time, I understand about working I go to work at 5AM and get home around 7PM. We believe that the 2009 looks like the 2009 FY DDR-048, with the area in question at the webbing of the thumb. Thank you for your encouragement it meant a lot to Sophia
Don't let your daughter get discouraged (nor yourself). It's not east to find a doubled die coin. Many of us search and haven't found any yet, but some have been rewarded.
I have found only 4 legit doubled dies after many hours of roll searching
Hundreds of clips, clashes, silver, and various varieties
Still a little rush to find something I’ve never seen in hand
My 1984 doubled ear cent always makes me smile
Sophia gets excited when she finds a woodie or a steelie, I've started collecting 1957 D die chips I usually throw all the 1957 coins in a box to go through later. My wife asked why I started saving them, I told her when I get enough 1957 coins saved up I was going to buy a 1957 Chevy.
We have been working on an album together but whe she found the woodies she seems to concentrate on finding them. My bank let me order a box of pennies I hope that when I bring it home it will get her excited, she found an indian head cent last week that really excited her, it was an 1887 her oldest coin.
Sounds great! Hopefully you two will find lots more exciting and interesting coins.
I'm sure we will, plus a lot of NAV coins and a few that need to be thrown away.
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