That's not a Doubled Die Obverse. Also, it's Doubled Die, not double dye. This is Die Deterioration, caused by a worn die. This is very common on the late 1980's Lincoln Memorial Cents, since they are using Copper plated Zinc planchets, instead of Copper planchets. See this link for more information. http://www.error-ref.com/design-dev...ng-die-wear/
You have definitely come to the right place. Never hesitate to ask. Also, I agree this coin shows fairly common die deterioration, sometimes called a "ridge rim." Letters/numbers getting too close to the rim is a strong indicator that what you see is die deterioration.