Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by jessash1976, Aug 17, 2009.
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Pics. Hope they help!:computer::hatch::goof::smile:kewl::bigeyes::crying::mouth:hya::whistle::desk::stooge:
The mark above the T is where the copper plate was scraped aside, possibly from the die.
I concur with the Treas
Here are more to help...
You can see the doubling on the top of "E", and the thickness on the "TY" in LIBERTY. There is doubling on top of the T too, but I hope this helps. In the other pics, you can tell that the 7 is double don top. there is a slight doubling all the way down the 7 on the left side. The whole top of "LIBERTY" is doubled slightly. will post more if needed.
Let me try that;
I see die deterioration doubling as well as some plate shift doubling as well as some places that appear doubled because of breaks in the plating and there is also machine doubling.
It is an example of a really poor piece of production from the Denver Mint
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