Double eyed Kennedy ?!?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Nick Chiappetta, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Latest find !! Love to hear y'alls opinion on my new Kennedy. Looks to me like a double eye or eye and brow. I found another one also , I swear it looks like he is winking at me. But my wife saying i'm crazy and it looks like a scratch on the surface. Lol. Idk......
    I placed a photo of another Kennedy (for comparisons) of what I think a regular eye and brow is supposed to look like. Minus wear and tear of course. Thanks to All :)

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  3. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Well-Known Member

    Hard to tell. IMO, if it's incuse it's probably damage. If it's raised, maybe a small die chip.
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  4. Thank you for opinion. Yes sir Its not incuse. It is raised. I tried to take a better photo but it's time for an upgrade my camera is terrible. Lol
  5. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    Interesting looking for sure.
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  6. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    my doubled eye nickel...

    1943 A.jpg
    1943 C.jpg
    1943 F.jpg
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  8. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Can you show photos of the light from the left at 45 degrees, and also from the right at 45 degrees.

    Your photo with the light from directly above goes right to the sensor and doesn't show any depth of anything.

    I see a lot of bag/drag marks from the lower jaw, up the cheek and further up, so I'd initially guess it's just damage. That is a fall off area where coins "snag" in a sense and create damage by pushing the metal, even making it "raised" as it slides to the left. IMHO

    Also, what year/mm is it - can't see the entire coin. There might be reference to a double eye. For instance some 2005 P has this "ridge" around the front of the cheeks going to the eye. Some 2006 P seem to have some bugged up eyes. So knowing the year/mm is always important.

    But directly in front of the eye (top left) looks promising.
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  9. dchjr

    dchjr Well-Known Member

    It's hard t tell, but it looks a lot like one i have and posted here.
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  10. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

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  11. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    Nick I like varieties... 1984 NGC MS67RD FS-101 (037) Red DDO Doubled Ear Obverse...

    184 DDO.jpg
    1984 DDO.jpg
    1984 B.jpg
  12. Here is another picture. Does this help ? And I attached a photo of the reverse. I forgot to do so at the top. My fault ! " E PLURIBUS UNUM " appears to have some type of irregular characteristics

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  13. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    sure looks doubled.
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  14. It is a 1973 D
  15. atrox001

    atrox001 Senior Member

    It does look doubled to me, but not from a doubled die. It looks like MDD (Machine Damage Doubling).
    Larry Nienaber
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  16. happy_collector

    happy_collector Well-Known Member

    Interesting eye-doubling Kennedy Half and Nickel, @Nick Chiappetta and @spirityoda.

    How about a double-eye State Quarter? Please note the eye"s" on the right Washington portrait... :bucktooth:

    Last edited: Apr 27, 2019
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  17. Now that is awesome! ! and I just thought I was excited when I stumbled upon my 1973 Kennedy. I would love to find an error coin like yours. Great find. :)
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  18. Ty mr. Larry for that information. ;)
  19. So just out of mere curiosity does anyone have an opinion on the reverse? To be more specific "E PLURIBUS UNUM"
    I have a few coins that are very similar in the same area. Is that normal or ........
    Doesn't seem like it is the "standard" lol
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