Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Beardigger, Apr 12, 2020.
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Just so you know, Strike it Rich! Kinda drug me into this hobby. I have yet to find a major DDO in the wild, and they are out there! But the good examples are in the coin shops. Cherry pick them from a dealer. When this is over go make friends with your local Brick and Mortar they will be happy to have some business.
here is a PCGS pic of a nice one for everyone to see - to show it's not MD
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?...D374FF9BAA5E554F3925D37&view=detail&FORM=VIRE FYI watch this utube link especially the 5 minute section!
Yes the image you posted is a 65DDO. But the OP's coin does not show this same doubling. And not even close. The doubling is flat and shelf like which means that this happened during the strike and not during the hubbing process.
Thank you for that link! Interesting. I'll have to look up our errors guys and tag them. since we have differing opinions here. Thanks to everybody for your input! It is much appreciated.
It's not so much that I have to have errors in my collection, it's more me trying to test myself on DD coins and errors. I have difficulty telling the difference between doubling types.
Will save this coin just for future reference, AND because I think it's neat.
We have some differing opinions here. I would appreciate your input on this one.
I like this coin regardless.
However, if you check Wexler's 1965 DDO, it doesn't match this coin.
This coin shows MORE doubling than Wexler's.
Again, I couldn't tell the difference anyway.
Here is the link: https://www.doubleddie.com/980499.html
@furryfrog02[/USER] Can you help with this coin?
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