I just want to get a second opinion about these Oak Leaves. I do think they are doubled, but you have to look close at them to see it. I know its not any kind of bubbling because I have poked it with a toothpick and its solid, but if its something other than doubling please let me know. I also know Its frowned upon to take pics of your coins at an angle, but its the only way I could capture the images clear enough to see. I dont have a filter for my microscope, but if someone with a plugable scope can give me tips on how to fashion one, I'd be grateful.
I have two scopes and had to block off all but one light at the 12k position.The one I left unblocked I put a filter on it,on one scope it has the flat LED I used a white coffee filter and custom cut it to fit tightly over the LEDs.On the scope with the old style bulbs I used eyeglass cleaning papers and made little "hoods" to cover the one bulb and I used pegboard hook covers to block off the others. John1
Thanks John! I will pass your ideas off to my husband, who is a lot better at fabricating stuff like this than I am! Do you by chance have any opinions on the leaves? Is it something other than doubling?