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2019 D Incoln ? DDO DDR. Confirmation Please

 
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To me it looks like LIGHT and glare Distortion. To much light and to close with your device you use to take your pictures. I get this all the time. I would say NOT a DDO/DDR. Its very
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On the last image you can see metal striation lines on the edges of the devices from Machine Doubling. I can see MD on both sides of the coin. Not a doubled die. A doubled die has the hub doubling on the die, not caused by a machine. Machine Doubling can happen on a doubled die, but to a variety purist, they prefer to not even have that on a coin they would consider buying. Third party graders don't even mention MD, but do not consider it a doubled die. (well most of the time, even they fall for it sometimes)
Here is an example of a 1969-D DDO-001 that has MD on a doubled die:

Note the yellow arrows. The rest of the date is showing a doubled die.
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Coop: Is it posable its not MD. I get the same with my shiny coins due to the angle and being to close to the coin. Here are three shots of the same coin with different angles. The first shot is straight down and the other two have a different angle and is a little closer to the coin making it look a little doubled or MD.



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This looks like a lighting issue more than anything. The lights on whatever you're using to take photos is too much. The glare from the light is making it look doubled when it really isn't. Try diffusing the light with tissue paper or using a different light.
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same year same light ?



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