Note on this doubled die compared with your coin.
1. Note the devices are all enlarged. (Just not one device, but many)
2. Note the affected areas are contoured showing a spread on the devices and showing notches on the corners of the some of the devices. (your coin is showing a reduction of the normal size of the devices)
3. Even the EPU are affected on some devices. (Some doubled dies will show a stronger area and a weakening of the doubling because the hubbing of the die was a miss match. Too far right, left, rotated CCW, CW, distorted hubs, different hubs used like a newer one of an older one. So while they can vary per die, Machine Doubling
can have a different area affected, per strike.
So Machine Doubling
is common. It happens right after the strike. Hub doubling will be consistent from strike to strike. But even doubled dies can be affected by Machine Doubling
. So look for the devices to be enlarged, showing spread and to stop looking at the edges of the devices. Why? Because that is where you find Machine Doubling