Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by MeowtheKitty, Aug 19, 2019.
The second to the last photo shows it the best.
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Well, having that extra lump under the earlobe is not typical. This one is a bit of a stretch, but there is some sort of anomaly there. Meow thinks its just a very mild case of one. Ever see a state quarter ear lobe double die? Wexler listed, yet there is not much to see there either.
could be a plating issue
Honestly.. I don't care much for doubled anything.. I'm a mint error specialists not a variety specialist
Sorry.. I won't bother anymore
It could be chipped out. They chip everywhere. I have one on a 1943 right smack in the middle of the head that's the size of a cud. I think it's just a little filled-in chip.
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