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2000 Maryland Quarter, Is This Also Die Deterioration?

 
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That would be my vote, yes.
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also some areas are showing Machine Doubling. But not a doubled die. Do you know where the doubled die obverse would be on this die? On the earlobe or motto areas. (Central locations)
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Yeah I knew it wasn't doubled because nothing I find is
hahaha usually on the diey deterioration I've seen the border around the devices are mushy and sloppy like they were dropped in the mud but these had clean to cleanish edges
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