Has this type of error been found much for the 1996 $20? Don't recall the name of the, maybe butterfly, cut. I'll post some additional pics tonight when at desktop. Had to crop this to get file size. Thanks.
Since this LMC was damaged during the packing process at the mint does that not take the coin out of PMD? Technically it was damaged at the mint. I ask this because technically finding another 1969 LMC with this damage has a rarity as would a DD; therefore, it would present a higher value. Just tossing a thought out there.
Tried something different and took a screen shot of your coin. Edited it to erase on-screen junk, then tried Lens. Located two RPM-50 on ebay. They have similar die wear on the outer edge of 9, 6 & 0 in the date. Try that.
As for the same die: I'm not sure about the die state for the DDR-001 listed, and I think this coin look like an EDS. When seeing them side-by-side the curvature at the bottom of the lobe is different. With such a same difference it is hard to tell. To match a professional pictures lighting can be tricky. Well when you have a lot to learn with microscope photos.
Nah the link is on track. I was addressing the Y in LIBERTY and how it was of the correct thickness on the right side. Good to know it is working Dearborn, since my new security software was blocked the use of Preview when posting. Fixed that now. Thanks. Recently I came across a few that are pretty nice, and not listed at this time, unless the differences equate to die state.
Yet another quarter that has me . The DDR-001 listed on Variety Vista http://varietyvista.com/09e%20WQ%20...quarter.htm) seems to have longer and continuous doubling on both the center post in the middle and the right post. The right post does not show the doubling above the top rail though. Nor does this one show doubling below the right post below the bridge. Wondering what others think about this quarter. Thanks!!
Have this Virginia Quarter that is about spot on with the one listed on Wexler's http://doubleddie.com/186406.html), but none of the die markers are showing. Wondering if this is due to the die state or this just another DDO variety?
Hey Folks - It has been sometime since I have been posting, since I have been trying to make use of the weather before I had my 2nd rotator cuff surgery. Yah. Have a question about this 1961 LMC. The L in LIBERTY seems to have been sliced vertically. At first, I thought it was PMD, but for some reason I feel this was from the mint. Could this be the case? Thanks for any and all assistance.