Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by TDE, Jul 4, 2020.
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And.. True Doubled Die fall in the Variety category.. not the Error category.
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try posting on ebay, seen these and other so-called worthless md and ddd going for from 1.00-4.00 each so there is that..just because others say no value does not mean there are not others who will pay for them
It is not worth it.. and dishonest IMHO... MD and DDD should have no premium.. Bad advice.
Even if an eBay listing is described accurately as DDD or MD, I hold sellers like that in low regard. As witnessed by the many posts, distinguishing between hub doubling and non-value added doubling can be difficult for new collectors
In my opinion I believe most buyers of accurately described MD coins only see the word "doubled", look at the pics, and think that it's the rarer hub doubling. At some point, they will be disappointed when they try to find a buyer.
I would put these MD sellers in the same category as gov.mint selling "plated in 24 kt gold, limit 5 per customer" or the TV home shopping coin shysters. They don't say anything false, but they sure don't tell you all the info, which allows them to prey on the uninformed
As stated above, it is MD.
In future posts, be sure to post full images of both sides along with a close-up of the area you have a question about. It helps members provide better advice...Welcome to CT...Spark
Not really...just struck on a thick rolled planchet...slightly out of tolerance but NAV, no added value. Get yourself a Yeoman Red Book, it has all this type information...Spark
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