I got this penny in the grocery store yesterday and I wonder if someone could find something more interesting on it then just PMD, SPD, DDD, MAD and a very uneven, bumpy surface, mostly on the letters of "TED STATES OF A". I don't know if they are die chips or bubbles or result of tear and wear, but they are something! I know it's not a serious find but I would appreciate any input. Thank you!
Kind of the worst of everything. Obverse is showing ridge ring. Over polishing that reduced the size of the devices. Reverse is showing Machine Doubling and DDD (Die-Deterioration-Doubling) Split plating. You might want to save this one as an educational piece. It has the worst of everything, all on one coin. A new one might enjoy to see what not to collect. I like the way the MD is opposite the DDD on the USA. It shows how bad things can get.