Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Juice man Jones, Dec 18, 2018.
the 4 in 74 appears to be doubled
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This is your 3rd thread on the same Nickel.
Be patient as members are still waking up this morning.
Good job on using the term Doubled Die!
Can't make anything out .
Images are to blurry ...
Agreed gonna have to get clearer photos.
Can't see anything.
I do believe that most of these doubled die threads are nothing.
Because if there was doubling on the die, there would be at least 100,000
of this coin (or however many the die produced, which would have to have escaped detection) and it would be known and designated. Now of course
some non famous examples are known, but there certainly isn't a doubled die
for every year and every denomination of coin.
Personally I have never heard of "the famous 1974 doubled die Jefferson nickel"
et al. It's true that once in a while someone will discover something new,
but come on already.
99% of the time people are just mixing up You Tube videos with the term doubled die and confusing it with other types of doubling.
Need clear photos. Both sides and a close up of the area in question.
Welcome to CT.
Here's what a true doubled die on the date look like .
Got to teach the youngster, somehow .
Sharper, close up images needed.
Your photo is how things close up appear to me without my glasses on. Correctly orientated, clear focused and cropped photos of obverse and reverse and then close ups of areas in question will get you more help from members.
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