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interesting 1986 D Cent could this be s double struck?  
 

 
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Split plating - not doubled MM.
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When the gray color appears, the plating was split and now the zinc is showing and starts eroding. That one is not a premium coin, but a coin to take images of each mint to make a side by side to see what happens to it. I would leave it exposed and see the progress through time to see how it is affected?
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The rule to remember in ALL Doubled Dies is: If the device is REDUCED in size or depth, it is MD (machine damage), it the device is INCREASED from it's normal size it is a Hub Doubled event. Check out the books below





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