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Lamination or Crack running through the Date?

Top of Columns two and four are bridging at the corners on the Reverse?

Die Clash at the side and near the top of T in Cent on the Reverse?

Memorial sides are Doubling near Column 1 on the Reverse?

I reviewed Wexlers Die Varieties Memorial cent Doubled Dies but I did not see anything listed.

Any thoughts much appreciated. Thanks.











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on Obverse: Linear Plating Bubbles it would seem. Goes across the details of the bust, this indicates a planchet problem not die or strike.






Of these, RED is PDD, Plate Disturbance Doubling or DDD ie deterioration Doubling, either have same effect. BLUE is normal imprint
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Ok, I guess some type of contamination on the planchet caused the Linear Plating Bubbles?
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Possibly plate splitting on the columns.
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Anything left on the blank of zinc prior to plating and upsetting, whether it be a speck of dust or moisture, hair/lint...anything organic will begin the corrosive reaction once plating is applied. Zinc, copper and a catalyst is really a micro battery, like a car battery in miniature.
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Thanks for all the great info. guys!

It's definitely a learning experience!
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