Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by i2i, Jun 26, 2019.
The most notable doubling on the "9" and the "R" in liberty...
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Could it be? (rhetorical)
looks like damage. wait for other opinions....
Yes. Doubled die pennies do look like damage. That is a given.
There is a split serif at the top end of the nine and thickness in the lower body of the nine.
The "issue" is that it looks there is damage to the doubled nine near the split serif and in the middle.
The R in liberty is practically text book doubled, and yes it can be mistaken for damage.
I'd like a clearer picture of the 9 but I'm pretty sure this damage. Edit the more I look at it I can see where the 9 took a hit and spread the copper PMD
The best I can do to illustrate the overlapping 9's.
Actually, this might be?
It's damage the 9 took a hit and spreaded the 9.
I think you have it backwards as you so often do in your condescending manner.
It should be, "The damage can be mistaken for doubling."
To everyone who cries damage. I'll start posting everything in duplicate.
These two are 1945, and has very similar doubled 9's, like the 1941. Unless they both had damage that magically causes extra copper on the upper loop.
Now, I hope you people will start to understand!
I have knowledge and skill!
Dude, seriously....just stop. Please, just stop.
None of these are doubled dies. And stop posting your non-errors more than once on different threads.
You clearly just do not know what you are talking about. Being an arrogant person doesn't help you either.
Gonna watch this one.
It's damage. If the 9 were doubled that much the other numbers would be also.
You have... well, let's be polite and call it persistence.
I think you should submit them all for grading and authentication and if/when they fail, resubmit them to other graders. Could be a new hobby for you.
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