1985-D non wexler possible doubling

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  1. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    FAF2719B-FBA2-4AB8-9D83-45F9C76A897C.jpeg C64C0BCB-D962-49F8-B20C-B7E1556E85AD.jpeg EC77123C-ADCE-4D45-A8E9-A2AF966C86DE.jpeg 10ECA147-5599-4E42-99F7-4924D5F81C03.jpeg F5558AFF-C34C-49E2-80FF-97FDCAC292BF.jpeg F8A53012-C7F9-4C70-80BA-981719534C43.jpeg C5743926-786B-4DCA-BAEC-8780B69E6FF5.jpeg 9CB01D18-4A50-474C-B88B-11F23434CDC4.jpeg There definitely looks like some doubling in the date IGWT and LIBERTY, the U of UNITED, most of the word ONE, and also on the right side of the monument... thoughts?
     
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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    All I see is a worn die strike. That would cause die deterioration doubling.
     
  4. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    If you look up around the inside of the rim, you can see this raised area
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    that is when the edge of the die is wearing down and losing metal. This allows the planchet to fill that position thus creating a ridge. Thus the raised area around the edge like this is called a Ridge Ring. Ridge Ring is indicative of a Deteriorated Die. So this is one indicator that you'll get Die Deterioration Doubling not only in that area but expect it in other areas too as the die goes beyond it's expected lifespan for collector purists.

    You see it on the Obverse too around IGWT.
     
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