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1964 D Jefferson Nickel DDO/DDR?

 
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 Posted 02/24/2020  6:40 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Telliott007 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I have a 1964 Denver and Philadelphia Mint Set that was given to me years ago. I decided to look at them a little closer and found this.





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 Posted 02/24/2020  7:00 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coop to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Well this is a tease. You remember when one of your brothers/or sisters had something to show as kids. You'd say: "Let me see it." From the other side of the room they would hold it and and say, see!" Well unless we see the images a lot closer, we can't see what you are seeing. In order to see a DDR/DDO we need to see it this close:
DDR:







If you have Machine Doubling it will be flat and remove the contour from the raised devices:


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Got it! My phone camera doesn't take the sharpest pics but I'll be back with more pics!
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I apologize for the delay.

After looking at your images I'm not sure if I'm seeing DD or not. Some devices look like MD, some look like DD and some look like an overstrike?

A few other things I want to point out:
The letter S on the reverse looks different in 4 places
The 6 on date looks like an overstrike
The 4 on date looks different

I hope these pics are better! Anxious to hear your thoughts!







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It looks like DDD with die flows toward the rim as well.
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DDD? I'm not familiar with. I
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It means Die Deterioration Doubling. As the die starts to deteriorate the devises widen and the metal flows more towards the rim. Another indicator, especially in nickels, dimes and quarters is the bumpy looking texture of the fields around the devices. I too agree that it is DDD.
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Thank you.
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