Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by ScottLarock, Oct 17, 2019.
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Absolutely no, in any way possible, is it doubled.
Take a good hard look at all of It!
Your Cent is a spender.
There is no machine doubling, either!
If you're going to search for errors & varieties, it would benefit you immensely if you learned to identify the differences between machine doubling and true hub doubling. There have been dozens and dozens of photos posted that you could save for references.
Good timing, Mr. P.! If the OP is smart, he will save this image.
BUT BUT BUT I SAW IT ON THE YOOTOOBS!!!!!!!!!!!
1969 looks exactly the same to me
Really? You are going to have a hard time convincing anyone that it is exactly alike. Because it is not.
Remember what I said.. It all has to look like the image I provided.. Did you even look at the rest of it. Come on buddy. It's very simple. Yours is not a doubled die.
You're right in that your coin looks exactly like the other 544,375,000 that were struck that year in San Francisco.
If you start acting like a fool, everyone will take you for a fool.
...time for a trip to the optometrist...Spark
Hi, Jim! By any chance are you and Doug doing a re-make of "The Mod Squad"? @GDJMSP ?
Same issue over the years.. The numeral 9 has a bit of MD or DDD and people automatically label it a DDO .. It gets tiring
Yes it does. The slightest sign of doubling and we have an undiscovered error when it's worthless doubling or NAV.
Need a pair of doubled die focals.
Wow, with your eye sight, I'm surprised you didn't identify it as an "S 6961".
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