Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Raizac, Dec 6, 2018 at 8:47 AM.
this thing looks cool all of the reverse is bubbled except five cents
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this is the L of Pluribus Unum
I may still be new but that looks like 3 die I see 3 notches on that L and 3 serif's if that's what the - part of the L is called
To me it looks like a serious case of DDD - Die Deterioration Doubling issue. IMHO
really you going to burst my bubble again so your saying that the L is ddd really with the clear and prest notches
Hey, you're the one that said it was "bubbled", in post #1.
NO doubt DDD.
so this is not DD this is ddd?
ok thanks all
Don't give up. It's very unusual and needs to be investigated more.
I think pics can show detail but holding the coin and looking at it in person is the best judge of a coin
this is held at an angle to show the same level doubling, not shelf Doubling
so you're saying this is what u see in the coin above is this coin bellow
this coin looks nothing like my coin
the last pic showing rty is from Wex's ddd page
That is cool.
but when I first saw it I thought it was a bad case of DDD too.
Glad I'm not the only one who thought that.
look over this article: https://www.coinworld.com/news/us-c...ioration-doubling-on-coins-can-be-ra.all.html
yeah, but look how crisp and clear the RTY is .. and how irregular your coin's letters are.
I think its ddx3 so it's going to look irregular and were on the coin it's 34yrs old
this does not look like ddd to me
pice below is from http://www.error-ref.com/die-deterioration-doubling-raised/
I may be wrong I am only defending what I see.. and if the student does not question his/her teachers how is he/she supposed to learn
thank you all for your time and your honest opinion's
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