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@dia, no this step-like doubling that is reducing the width of the design elements looks more like MD to me.
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It is MD.
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MD it is.



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Correct. It is not a doubled die, just a coin that was altered after the strike by the machine, called Machine Doubling. Very common to find on the 1968-1972 cents.
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