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1973 D penny DDO maybe?

 
 
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Wow, sure does look doubled. I'm not an expert though. Good luck and congrats if it is!
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Not a doubled die, it is MD and worn die issue.
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Just Machine Doubling, not a doubled die.
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That's Die Deterioration, caused by a worn die. Not a Doubled Die Obverse. I also see damage in the date as well. It's worth face value.
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oh ok, thought the 1 looked like it was doubled
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The size. Note how it is reduced? Also it is happening on the edge of the device. Another sign of MD.
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The 1 is MD. Note how the 1 was reduced in size. It has to be increased in size for a DD.
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