Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Newcoinboy2018, Apr 21, 2018.
I see doubling on a lot of letters on both sides. Opinions, please?
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Did YOU check it against any resources before posting? Just curious...
Based on the pics I would say DDD. JMO
I sure did. And no certified dd cent for 1987d.
Perhaps there is a reason for that....
Perhaps there is another explanation?
I have a DD obverse 1987D penny as well. It is definitely DD.
Pics or it didn’t happen.
I see some split plating and a coin rolling machine damage.
If I take my glasses off I can see up to 3 of everything ... but ....
How is everybody getting good pictures of their coins? I want to take a picture of my 1987D DDO
Lighting and ZOOOOOOOOM!!
I tried but I cant get good enough pictures. Maybe the Hubbell telescope will work.
Is there a good app or a device that I can buy to take good coin pics?
Use a loop or magnify glass and hold to camera lens.
I will try that. Thank you sir!
1987D DDO. The "In God We Trust" at the top is the same way. "America" on the reverse is doubled as well. Any thoughts??
MD= mechanical doubling/damage. Appears like Split plate. Jim
Not to be a pest, but is this normal, considered a double die, just a manufacturing flaw, worth keeping, etc.?? What would you do with it? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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