Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by FoundinTN, May 20, 2019.
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A DDO is a variety not an error. Neither of these are DDO's
These are examples of machine doubling: http://www.error-ref.com/machine-doubling/
Not considered an error or variety, sorry.
What they said, not an error but a variety.
and I thought all he wanted to do was confirm that the 1982 was a Large Date and the 1969 was actually a 1969? LOL
If you look at the 1969 you can see how "flat" the edges are especially with the "96". It looks like it was Pushed off of itself and is "shelf-like" looking or "flat". You can also see it replicated on the Mint Mark. Date + Mint Mark you should be suspicious as back then MintMarks were repunched by hand. So how could they have the same "doubling" except by die striking movement/deterioration in most cases?
Thanks for the info,im still tryna soak it all in. Those looked rly convincing after seeing trash rolls all day lol,my bad.
I believe ya but damn on the 69 d. Would of tricked me
What does that mean. Why variety. So dumb here
Whoops, Not an error and not a variety. Thanks @Cheech9712
"...Thanks for the info,im still tryna soak it all in. Those looked rly convincing after seeing trash rolls all day lol,my bad..." Can this be translated into English, please? Sad
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