I'm sure this question gets old and asked all the time identify if thi

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by BlondeWhit, Apr 17, 2024.

  1. BlondeWhit

    BlondeWhit Member

    I'm sure this question gets old and asked all the time look at someone please help me identify if this is a true doubled die, or just machine doubling? I'm still learning if anyone could maybe help I would greatly appreciate it! I'm definitely not getting my hopes up though it just looked a lot weird than almost any other one I've seen and I couldn't not ask lol.
    Also I am the absolute worst when it comes to CM240417-043049014.jpg CM240417-042945013.jpg CM240417-043049014.jpg CM240417-042945013.jpg CM240417-042812012.jpg CM240417-042606011.jpg CM240417-042314010.jpg CM240417-041533004.jpg CM240417-041606005.jpg trying to decide between machine doubling or if it's a genuine double die.
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  3. Bill in Burl

    Bill in Burl Collector

    Well, your penny has led a tough life, either with lots of pocket change, sidewalks, or streets. I see little doubling from the photos, and if there is, is die deterioration doubling, in my opinion, and certainly not a doubled die.
  4. paddyman98

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    1969 are known for die Deterioration Doubling.
    Worthless doubling.
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