Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by sunday13, Feb 17, 2019.
so 3 min to turn into a pumpkin....
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After midnight I will start uploading some 1969s double dies!!! Careful
13!!!!!! Now, it's 9!
You are right! See? I am in an hurry! The same way I am in a hurry getting people "seeing" my "not always" doudled dies!!!!hahahhaha( noticed the "d" in doubled right?? I am getting sooooo good!
No problem. That will give everyone "6 days of Nope! until someone makes you happy."
Did you see that crazy finish to the Daytona 500?
No, I didn't... Sorry. COINS are life !!! ( Just Kidding)Besides... I don't have a I have a 55" flat screen across my keyboard!!!hahahaha. Stick around Chris. I have some good coins coming...and be open minded!!!hahahhah
Okay! I'll be open-minded if you keep the Febreze handy.
Good find and this is a great teaching moment. Believe your own eyes and do the research so that you can "gracefully" refute the opinions of others. With florescent light, a DDO coin with this much "spread" would have been detected immediately by all of us naysayers.
Thank you! I appreciate it!!
I did. They could barely make it one lap before having to "park" on the racetrack.....again!
Nice find Sunday. I have been looking for that one too.
Jim, I cannot explain it. I don't know how any of this stuff happens. The reason I changed my mind is the base of the "T" looks to be off-set (similar to the base of the 4 in a 42/41 dime) and the top of the letter where it splits appears to be the same height. If it looks like a doubled die, AFAIK, it is.
Of course, we don't have the coin. All of this is being done with images alone - both the OP's and CONECA's. The OP should send the coin to Ken Potter at Coin World as he may publish it.
@Insider @desertgem @Rick Stachowski
but the result is interesting ...
Thanks! I probably will.
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