Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by FoundinTN, May 24, 2019.
Sorry,im just not sure.
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Have you tried comparing it to any known DDRs for whatever date it is? Just curious.
99.99% sure you do not have a DD there, btw.
So,your saying theres a chance....lol j/k ty. I do check,yes,my judgement isnt the best,i apologize if im bothering any1
I believe the coin was struck with a really worn die. Not a doubled die.
ok 99.999999999999999999999% it isn't
At least you are trying to learn and have a positive attitude. Better than a lot of newer people around here.
Finding true errors and varieties isn't easy. I've been through literally millions of coins and the percentage of actual worthwhile keepers is incredibly small. You will never get rich searching coins. As long as that isn't your goal, you will find something eventually.
DDD like @ldhair said. Notice how the raised parts of the letters are thinner. The letters on true doubled dies are normal size. If you see doubling with thin numbers or letters, then it's not a true doubled die
Not going to make the cut.
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