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1960 D Large Date (1c) Penny. Does Anyone Think I Have A DDO And/ Or RPM D/D? (6 Different Pennies)

 
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I'm seeing Die Deterioration here.



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Best to post one coin per thread, easier for everyone. I see no doubled dies at all, as Coinfrog said, looks like a lot of Die Deterioration. That being said, with the pics provided (need to be clearer), coin number 4 looks like it could be RPM-003, on Variety Vista, pic comparison below. Coins 5 and 6 show promise with something going on inside the mm. There are a pile of RPM's for this year so I'm letting you study those, with the link below, get back with us on your thoughts. Remember, you can rule out most by the mint mark location to the date.

Link to RPM-003 http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20L...0DRPM003.htm

Link to VV's 1960 D RPM's. http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20L...20(1-60).htm


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Thank you. I appreciate the time and feedback. This site is very respectful and informative for the newbie collectors.
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Your coin is showing Machine Doubling. Note the date and mintmark are affected. Not die wear. Note the east side of the zero is reduced in size. That is what Machine Doubling does. It remove part of the contour of the affected area. If you checked other areas on the devices on the same side, they are probably also affected the same?

Note that on this coin, the devices were all affected in the same direction. Your coin might also show this on your coin. Different directions are affected by the looseness of the machine. Even from strike to strike they can be different looking. Not a die issue, but a striking issue. (RPM/DDO / DDR are die varieties, die issues) Machine Doubling is a machine issue.
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Thank you. I appreciate the time and feedback. This site is very respectful and informative for the newbie collectors.
You are welcome. Come back when you've had time to check out the other RPM listings, in comparing with your 5th and 6th coins.
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 Posted 12/02/2022  05:09 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add merclover to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I agree, please post only one coin at a time (makes replying easier).

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 Posted 12/02/2022  05:15 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add 279773 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Great photography!- Although.
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