Nice double variety, 1946-S DDO-008 and RPM-029. I found nine of these in the same roll as the inverted mint mark I posted earlier (unfortunately I posted the IMM in the incorrect forum, "US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins." Maybe a moderator can move it for me.
Last month I purchased an uncirculated roll of 1946 S LWC and found a 1946-S IMM-001. So I purchased another roll a few weeks later and found a second one. Tried pushing my luck and purchased another roll last week... well, it paid off, my third 1946-S IMM-001!.
Appears to be 1946-S IMM-001. Found it in an uncirculated roll... my second one in the past month. This one is a later stage but still a nice red coin. Here is the link to the one I posted last month http://goccf.com/t/437115
Something is going on at the L of LIBERTY and also just opposite the coin on the reverse. The weight is within tolerance at 3.07 grams. Maybe just damage but came from an uncirculated roll (at least it was advertised as uncirculated).
I saw an incomplete roll of 45 uncirculated wheats as a BIN on eBay and noticed one of them looked struck through or rolled thin so I went for it. Low and behold this one was in the roll... appears to be 1946-S IMM-001. I will upload pics in separate posts of a struck through and a slightly underweight coin from the same roll.
I picked this one at a local coin show in Schertz, Texas this past weekend. It was in a dealer's Lincoln Cent binder. I noticed the doubled eyelid right away but didn't notice the DDR until I got home and tried to find a match for the DDO. Appears to be 1943-D LWC DDO-004 and DDR-005 as listed on Variety Vista, I couldn't find a match on Coppercoins or Wexler's.