Horizontal pics of the 1983

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Walt Knoch, Feb 23, 2018.

  1. Walt Knoch

    Walt Knoch It sure is

    Hard to tell from this view. The inverted pics were better.

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  3. paddyman98

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  4. Walt Knoch

    Walt Knoch It sure is

    On my previous post about a machine doubling on a 1983 cent, Rick asked me to post non inverted pics. Here they are. 1 shows the inverted version.
  5. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    To be honest, I do not remember the thread, but the one that says dd.jpg is an example of Mechanical doubling ( MD or MDD [damage]. Notice the main portion of each letter shown is much more narrow than the center portion. A hubbed double die, will increase the thickness in the doubled area because the first hubbing will be overlapped by the second so 1+ a fraction. In MD, it is narrowed and the flattened portion subtracts from the width, 1- a fraction. After 1995 or thereabout with the advent of single squeeze hubbing, which is just once, and doubling is mechanical (MD) to classicists and possibly called a DD by modernists. IMO MD . Jim
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