Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by MeowtheKitty, Nov 6, 2019.
Also a very obvious DD on a Mount Rushmore quarter.
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I think that there are 3 types of doubling..
First - Doubled Die which is a true Doubled variety
Second - Worthless Doubling such as MD - Machine Doubling and DDD - Die Deterioration Doubling..
Then third - WTHAYTA which stands for What The Heck Are You Talking About? doubling.
(what the heck do I know)
ditto, especially #3
Because you tapped the button twice!
2001-P 25¢ NC WDDO-001
Description: Extra hairlines show just to the right of Washington’s ear. The secondary image is from a hubbing that was rotated sharply and started forming the hairlines SE of the ear prior to the hub or die snapping back into proper alignment.
Die Markers: Obverse: A small die gouge can be found above the Q in QUARTER. A small die gouge (dot) can be found to the left of the lower 1st L in DOLLAR. Reverse: Two small die gouges can be found to the right of the upper M in UNUM.
Submitted By: Kenneth Russell
Cross References: CONECA: 1-O-VIII
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