Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Rick Stachowski, Dec 9, 2019.
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I'm watching this listing. To see how many fools continue to bid on it. So silly
Armando Delafuente (seller) knows nothing about true Doubled Die varieties. Sad thing is that it is an ongoing problem. Poor education and horrible YouTube videos full of misinformation!
Please tell us why, Rick. Is it because of previous knowledge? Feedback?
Great question .
Back when these were first reported, the secrete service set out to pick them all up ( fakes ) . Two brothers were responsible .
Here's a good article on the taking .
Thanks, Rick! Not being a collector of such well-known varieties, I never knew about this story. I think more people searching for varieties of Lincoln Cents should read this.
It is MS.
It is a '69
Is it MS69 ? I don't know about all that, and with the "-" in between (MS - 69), it can be misleading at least.
The Coin may be worth a couple bucks to someone, but not as a mint error DD.
Edit: his/her feedback sucks anyway.
The article you link says the 1969 were the fakes, and the 1969-S are legit.
So, for me the coin still remains possibly legitimate. The date is doubled, the mint-mark is not. Other areas look normal for the DDO compared with PCGS. I don't know much about error collecting, the seller might be sketchy, but I fail to see what's wrong with the coin itself.
Looks like a AU55-AU58 example of the real DDO. Are you thinking the FBI would mistake this for a counterfeit 1969, or are you saying the coin itself is fake?
The error could be a pipe etched in the coin NO INTEREST.
I'm glad I ment u guys in this forum, learn that ebay coun sales is BS... l
I'm glad I met you guys in this form. Learned that ebay coin sales BS. Lmao
I don't collect any coins after 1964.
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