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2 Doubled Working Hubs for 2017-P cents?  
 

 
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 Posted 01/12/2018  9:00 pm Show Profile   Check Tanman2001's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add Tanman2001 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Mentioned in a reply a bit back that I believed there was at least one doubled working hub (or possibly a doubled master die due to how common it is, I'm going to refer to it as a doubled working hub for now) for 2017-P cents, so I'm going to show why I think this. I'll give 5 examples of each of the two hubs.

Doubled Working Hub #1
Extra thickness on LIBERTY. The left side of the Y is thicker than the other. Minor notching on the lower left of the TY. Minor notching on the top left of the T.

The majority of 2017-P cents are this doubled working hub. My estimate is around 75%.

WDDO-004, 006, 007, 008, 010, 013, 014, and 015 are this doubled hub.

Die #1:



Die #2:



Die #3:



Die #4:



Die #5:



Doubled Working Hub #2
Doubling is nearly identical to the first working hub but the letters are noticeably thinner than the first. The horizontal bar of the T and the right side of the Y are extremely thin.

Not as common as the first working hub, my estimate is 10%-20% of 2017-P cents are this doubled hub.

WDDO-011, 012, and 016 are this doubled hub.

Die #1:



Die #2:



Die #3:



Die #4:



Die #5:



True doubled dies:
WDDO-001, 002, 005, 009, and 017 do not match these doubled working hubs and have slightly more extra thickness on the letters.

WDDO-001:


WDDO-002:


What do you guys think?
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I was also thinking the same thing, do to the large amount of LSC I see with this same doubling. I don't even keep these, do to how common is it. I only keep the strong ones. Have you told John Wexler about this? It is etheir a Doubled Working Hub or a Doubled Master Die.
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Have you told John Wexler about this?


I will try to send Wexler an email about this tonight.
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I will try to send Wexler an email about this tonight.


Awesome! Please update this post and quote or screenshot the email reply of what John Wexler thinks. It is getting time to update his site again anyway, so it would be good.
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Tonight is the first time that I have looked at 2017 cents. I am in agreement that there are doubled master hubs. Way too many cents with the same features.
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From Wexler:


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Hi Tanner,



I've been thinking along those lines myself but have been way too busy to study them as you have. I agree with your findings. Please send me a list of the ones you believe are from Working Hub #1 and a list of those that you believe are from Working Hub #2. You will get credit on that web page for making the analysis.



Thank you for sharing your analysis with me. It is greatly appreciated.
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Awesome Tanman! Thank you very much for cracking down on these. Now I know that they're not true Doubled Dies. That's what I call a
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Tannman, I have also noticed many what seems a VLDS that show for lack of better description a separation of the details, like a pulling apart which becomes blatant under too much magnification. I've always considered it nothing more than late stage attrition, which may in itself be wrong. I've wondered why so many folks were noticing all these. Good work up.
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Thanks Tanman. I wondered why I was finding so many DDO's on the 2017P's. After about 10 of them, I realized they were way too common to hang on too.
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