Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Teran, Oct 21, 2020.
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I never heard of a double die.. But there is such a thing as a Doubled Die. Which yours is not.
Doubled die is a term in numismatics used to refer to a duplication of design elements on a working die created due to a misalignment of the die or hub during the hubbing process.
By the way thanks for the corrections.
Pre 1990 Mint Marks are never Doubled Die. They cannot be. Why? Because they were hand punched onto the Die. It can be a RPM though.. That would be a Repunched Mint Mark D/D or D over D
http://www.varietyvista.com/02b LC RPMs Vol 2/RPMs 1960D (1-60).htm
No. Where is it?
@Teran. I only see a normal, well circulated 1960D cent. No DD or abnormal MM IMO.
He made 2 threads on this. I posted a pic of the large/small on the other one
That's not the way it works.
Large date over small date only refers to the date.. Not the mint mark.
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