Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Garlicus, May 17, 2019.
Did I cherry pick a true doubled die, or no?
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Date 1905 ? ......Image of obv..
Looks pretty flat and shelf-like to me, so I'm at no...
Actually there is one the 1905 that is an ddr and yes the doubling looks very simular to the shield and oak leaves on the op coin.
I think it's looking good for dd too
Well, having the obverse would help. If it’s a DDR, I’ll have to pay more attention to my DDRs
No actually it is a learning process trying to remember varieties you have seen,and how some may be questionable.
As there are varieties that in fact have been proven to be false and not a variety but are still considered a variety. Longacre designs are very deceiving at times...shield nickels especially.
I don't believe it's a DDR. If it was, I think you'd see quad stripes inside the shield, which I cannot make out. My opinion is machine doubling.
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