Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Christian buffington, Sep 22, 2019.
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like literally you cant see it or like you dont think it is ?
well it was a nice thought while it lasted lol
thank you for helping me
Both : I can't see it 'cause it's not there and I don't think it is 'cause it's not.
The most help we can be for you is to direct you to literature that teaches you about die doubling. It doesn't do you any good to look at coins in magnification if you don't know what you're looking for. Take a read here and let us know if you have questions: http://www.error-ref.com/doubled-dies/
John Wexler writes,” Class IX. God Only Knows – This class of doubling is for those doubled dies that are simply unexplained. It is for those extremely few doubled dies that defy logic and common sense. It is where the physical evidence does not support a reasonable conclusion on how the working die was hubbed to produce the secondary image.”
What this indicates is that there are very few of recent coins past 1997 that could even be called class IX DD and probably should be called 'normal' or mechanical doubling at the most.
Totally in my old collector opinion, Jim
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