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Two 1959 D Both Have Double Die Errors

 
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What attribution number doubled die do you think it is?
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First, a Doubled Die is not an error, it is a variety.
Second, your photos are rather small but they look more like MD
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I can't distinguish anything significant with the photos posted. Full, large and sharp images would be wonderful.
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@juju, while we are waiting for better close-ups, I took the liberty of cropping, enlarging, and enhancing what you have posted so far. Normally for a DDO, I'd expect to see the width of the arms in the letter Y of LIBERTY be different, but they look quite similar. On the other hand, the first T in TRUST does seem broader. Could that be circulation flattening? I'm not sure that we quite have enough details from the current pics to tell one way or another.



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