Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by A1wsn, Jun 26, 2019.
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The dies are very close to being the same structural relationship in a coin series, such as the Lincoln obverse, as very few , if any, collector could tell the year of a bronze cent if there was no dates on them. The cracks and other mint defects tend to occur close to the same stress points, so they are not unique by themselves. Many claim a DD on the forum due to similarity of these "markers", but most of them show "markers" with out the Doubled die itself. Markers should only be used IMO, as one other minor confirming factor and not the only or initial factor. And Furryfrog has it correct , Jim
You have shown this Cent on another thread correct?
Yes I have aquired collections from uninformed relatives and was unaware of exactly what I was looking at I have been inquiring information to get a better picture of what is in front of me so please excuse my questions if they seem uninformed at times
Or it may be different DD from each year and mint still trying to comprehend it all
In the second group of pictures none of those are brockages.
Better pick to maybe show what I have been seeing if you see the 2 has a faint loop off the end and there looks like jagged 3s all around the 2
Appreciate the insight
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