Take a look at this 1989 P dime. Looks like a normal circulated dime on obverse. Flip it over and it all changes with some extensive DDD. I love these kind of coins. To me there just as much an error when they get to this state as any other error. I have a couple of nickels that had similar DDD. I will certainly keep it. These coins also keep you going in your search!!!!
@lawest - mintmark does look to be in the correct position for RPM-002.
@Cujohn - I checked the RPM-002 listing on VarietyVista and all I see is a noted die crack above VDB, which there is a minor die crack in the coin I have in this topic. I'm not familiar with what you say as a "circulation hit". Are you saying the marking above the VDB is PMD?
I actually didn't think it was a doubled die. It could have taken a hit in the NE side of mintmark knocking the ridge down in that area, but to me that makes it even more interesting. My first thought was it was a double strike somehow to create a ridge. More thoughts and maybe John will find the previous explanation. Thanks!
The one I had the biggest question on is the first photo after the full images, The top of the building looks close to double die at least as close as I have found. Does this fall in the die bounce description? Thanks.
Please take a look at this 1989 penny with I believe some DDR and also MD. Need a little help. I looked at the 1989 Wexler DD and I can see some similarities in some of the listings but none that fully have all the doubling on this coin. Almost all features on the reverse have some doubling.
Thanks again Dearborn!!! All your recommended links are now bookmarked and I will do my research before posting. Hopefully you read this. On this post this was an RPM-001. Is there any significance on a -001 RPM vs. say a -015? Also does the Stage of the RPM matter? Thanks.