Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by capthank, Dec 2, 2018.
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I will work on a better photo. Under the microscope it is clearly doubled on the obverse date. Can't go out for natural lighting as it is snowing here in Idaho
When I crop the photo it is right side up but when I attach it it flips. So I will try one upside down to see it it come thru right side up. Thanks again
Please keep the snow.
There is only one known obverse with a repunched date for 1903-O, which was used for VAM 4 and 5. The 3 is doubled at the top, but there is no doubling on the 0. If that is not a match for what you have, then you probably have strike doubling or die fatigue doubling.
The "O" in 1903
Ah, the zero.
1903 Philly mint not NO
I see the doubled 9 & 0 & 3, so I'll recheck the 1 under microscope. Thanks
Not sure why I thought 03-O. Anyway, take a look at VAMs 12, 13, 14, and 15.
I went to 500 power and found doubling in the date, also if you examine the UNUM you will find that there is doubling in the N and the inner U, could be other areas also...
At 500 power, you're reading the dates on the coinage of the Whos that Horton heard.
Separate names with a comma.