Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Teran, Jan 19, 2021.
In reverse doubling shows clearly in "D" in "UNITED" and "O" in "ONE".
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I don't see any doubling based on pics provided . Even if there is , I suspect worthless doubling .
Trying to post clearer pics.
Teran in the future if you would crop your pictures so that basically the coin itself is the only thing that shows. ive been trying to get better myself at taking close ups and ive learned a lot from reading posts here at CT so keep practicing, you will get it. i wish i could say i see what your seeing but i don't. good luck
@Teran ...please provide close-ups of the jaw, D and O. Ensure they are in-focus and try to mitigate the glare...I’m not seeing any doubling from the pics you posted...Spark
I did my best! I do not know!
@Teran ...I’m trying to help you. Whatever you are using to take your pics should allow you to take close-ups. You need to learn how, or if your device doesn’t allow it, you need something else that does allow it.
I agree with @eddiespin and @enamel7 that your coin seems to be nothing more than a normal dime. Without better pics, forum members can’t assess it properly, if what you are saying is there.
Taking pictures with balanced lighting, not too strong, diffused is best to eliminate glare. Glare can and does mimic doubling.
So try those things I mentioned and post again. 2018 is new enough that new varieties can still be discovered, so I won’t say it’s not there until you provide the better, close-up pics.
Hear from you soon...imo...Spark
I personally believe that a new variety can be found on ANY coin, as long there are unregistered dies! But I do agree, closer pics required.
Thanks for your help. I am taking pictures with my iPhone, but after posting them, I am checking to see how they look and I see them pretty good and visible! But yes I have to go after other devices for this job to be done!
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