Note the areas you are looking at? All the devices that you see affected are on the outside part of the design of the devices. This is call Machine Doubling. It is caused by the machine after the strike damaging that edge of the devices. On a doubled die the spread is in the center of the devices. The MD reduces the size of the devices by removing the contour of the coin on that edge of the devices. The doubling in a doubled die is on the die. Thus it enlarges the size of the devices. Here is a classic example of a doubled die from that year:
Note the spread was so strong on the devices, it almost separates. But this is an extreme example. Here is what a DDO woould look like on these devices: Normal devices:
Can you see the devices are enlarged? Where are they enlarged? Not on the outside edges, but on the centers of the devices, making them wider.
Try going to all three of the sites we all use for varieties and let us know which one you think it might be. Your photos need work. Too much glare and a bit out of focus. Are you taking a photo of a monitor and posting that? If so not a good idea,post directly from your computer to CCF. John1
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I see extreme die wear and on the 'R' on liberty you can see metal striation lines from Machine Doubling. Not a doubled die. Your looking at the outside edges of the devices. That is where Machine Doubling happens. The machine damages that area on the coin right after the strike.