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1970 Lincoln Penny. Letters Look Like 3 D Could Be A DDR.

 
 
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There is no way of telling what you've got till you are able to post a better focused and clearer images. Check the link below and at the very bottom of the page you will find the only 1970-P DDR listing,compare it to yours.
http://doubleddie.com/823797.html
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I was looking in a roll of penny all of them are 1970 almost the same like this one.
Im a newbie and there is no way that I learn the difference betwen Machine Doubling and DDO or DDR.
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Thanks chase for reply.
Let me try another picture.

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Quote:
Im a newbie and there is no way that I learn the difference betwen Machine Doubling and DDO or DDR


Oh yes way, you can learn!!

Everyone starts like you! it takes time and research and experience to learn and once you think you have leaned it all ,you'd realize that you still have a way to go! numismatic is an ongoing learning process but it can be a lot of fun if you have patience and willing to put in your own effort to advance in the field.
There are several topics and tutorials readily available on this Forum, use the search box on the top left to access. Good luck and keep asking questions

Here are a couple of useful links :
http://goccf.com/t/320844
http://goccf.com/t/245603
http://goccf.com/t/278398
http://goccf.com/t/332421
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01/10/2019 1:42 pm
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