2000-D Maryland State Quarter

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  1. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    5C216145-45EC-4576-8132-5F664FED4ED4.jpeg 6F373230-44A2-42F1-9A71-C52927F1AEFC.jpeg 0AEA12A9-06CD-430B-9DFB-32A87B7EFEE8.jpeg BC05C159-21DD-4906-B0ED-AA0244E26E2B.jpeg A3F11859-E0CD-4B9F-ACEA-6F156B75419B.jpeg 6AC85ABC-A4D1-44D9-B0FF-B7A2FCB1C7D1.jpeg Got this in change earlier and was looking it over... it’s definitely off center or was improperly seated since the rim gets much thicker from about the 8:00-11:00 positions. On the branch to the right, just after the second acorn cluster when scrolling up the branch bottom to top, the branch appears to get much thicker and a lot of the leaves have 2 edges on the left side past that point... initially I thought it just either was made using a worn out die or it has mechanical doubling but check out the S of PLURIBUS. I can see 2 pretty distinct curls on the S... could that be doubled? Or is this an optical illusion perhaps created by the coin not being seated properly when struck?
     
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  3. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Variety Collector

    Mad, and die deteration no doubling
     
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