1991 S Proof DDO?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Tin_Man_0, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. Tin_Man_0

    Tin_Man_0 Active Member

    I will go out and pillage and plunder like the rest of the rioters if this turns out to be machine doubling. That doesn't happen on proof coins too does it????

    WIN_20200601_00_45_56_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_46_06_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_46_34_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_46_46_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_46_51_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_48_05_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_48_09_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_48_16_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_48_19_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_00_48_22_Pro.jpg
     
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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Really unnecessary comment. :facepalm:
    What you said is sad.
    It's a very sensitive issue these days and any time.
     
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  4. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    The letters are thinner. True doubled dies CANNOT have this characteristic.

    You may want to read up about the minting and die making process at www.doubleddie.com. Once you have a basic understanding of the process, the frustration level should go down.

    If you go back through your old posts, I believe people have given you links to study the die making process. Spend some time looking at them. It will help
     
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  5. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    I think proof coin are prone to machine doubling because they are struck twice and business strike coins just once.
     
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  6. Nick Zynko

    Nick Zynko Supporter! Supporter

    In fact, Yes it does -"Very Rarely" due to the smaller number of mintages and much more stringent QA process.
     
  7. Inspector43

    Inspector43 72 Year Collector

    Is the coin still in the holder from the mint? If so, how much distortion are you getting in the photos?
     
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  8. Tin_Man_0

    Tin_Man_0 Active Member

    Sorry, didn't mean to offend, I only meant it as to say "I protest!" I guess I'm desensitized, I've been around riots a few times before.

    I have, but not many give much detail on proof coins and precisely. There doesn't appear to be great interest in errors on proof coins outside things like missing mint marks.

    After carefully looking at this coin and the doubling, while it appears to have the same shelf like details of machine doubling, I'm almost certain it is not. From the looks of this coin, the "machine" doubling, is in fact coming from underneath the devices. Meaning, that machine doubling isn't machine at all, it's man made. The coins being stuck twice provide for a final opportunity for misaligned strikes in the minting process.

    Here's a few more pics. You can see lines from yet a 3rd "doubling" strike nearly completely erased but underneath the other two images. Also, the whole coin every detail, no matter how small is doubled, right down to the creases in the jacket and curves in his ear.

    WIN_20200601_06_47_20_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_06_47_52_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_06_45_04_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_06_45_24_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_06_45_36_Pro.jpg WIN_20200601_06_46_14_Pro.jpg
     
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  9. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

  10. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Ok.. Cool man.
    I also say your coin is Mechanical Doubling.
     
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  11. atrox001

    atrox001 Senior Member

    I like to call it MDD (Machine Damage Doubling).
     
  12. Tin_Man_0

    Tin_Man_0 Active Member

    Yeah, after looking at it some more, that 3rd strike isn't a 3rd. The 2nd strike was so strong that it obliterated the various sections of the devices and slammed its way past them right onto the field. That's why all the detail is all there and all the doubling is all flat as a pancake.
     
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