There's a lot going on here and I don't know much about break classifications. I'm guessing it's a die clash. There are raised portions on the upper and lower left as well as the lower right. The upper right has what looks like a smoking chimney. I'm pretty excited to have found this but unsure what to do with it.
I'm positive this is a small date but should I submit this with the way the back looks? It's a gorgeous red I found in a coin bank wrapped roll. Guessing MS68 if it weren't for that black mark. It only weighs 2.51 grams.
Hello all, Hopefully this is the last similarly themed post where I'm trying to find out my coins are just mechanically doubled or something more exciting. This example is best viewed when looking at an angle. Is this more of the same type of doubling?
Hello all, Is the attached image mechanical doubling or a true doubled die? I can only see the doubling from the "N" in Monticello to the "O", in the letters of Five Cents, and some of the letters below. No where else on the coin. Sorry I can't provide full coin pictures without losing detail.
Hello all, Attached are two pictures o the mint mark, which appears to be a repunch, and the letters around the coin. Am I correct in the type of doubling for the letters and if so does it anything to potential value when paired with a RMM?
I spent the last several days watching videos and researching. I've attached a better picture with Pixlr. Hopefully it turns out well. I will also create new posts for each of the other coins in question. Thank you all for the advice.
This coin is a 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar, no mint mark
First off I'm new to the forum and error hunting and the thrill of finding them is exhilarating. I had 8 coins of my own before I was given a silver collection. I was excited to find errors an my loupe wasn't cutting it. I bought a sclae and a digital microscope and went to work. I've found repunched mint marks, one very obvious, machine doubling, and one faint possible doubled die. I wasn't able to resize the pictures enough but one is attached. It is one of two 1964 1/2 dollars and the ither one isn't so obvious but has wide machine doubling on most letters on the back. I also have a 1961 D Nickel RMM, a 1964 Nickel where the "Cello" in Monticello looks machine doubled and In God We Trust is doubled but difficult to see. Lastly, a 1995 D Penny with what looks like machine doubling on the date and the mint mark.
Sorry I don't have small enough pictures. I'll work to add them. How's my hunting so far? I'm also out of coins to hunt for now after finding the 95 Penny in a change jar.