I had ANACS grade/slab this one, thinking it was DDO per CherryPickers, but it came back noted 'clashed dies'. Also noted as 'scratched'. I'm far from an expert myself, just a multi-decades collector. So the question came to my mind... 'did ANACS omit the DDO because the other notations on the label left no room? I've no idea, and could locate nothing to tell me, how they prioritize attributes on their labels. I assume sometimes they can't note everything on limited space. Or, I admittedly may be wrong about it being DDO. Any insight or education will be appreciated. Thanks, Wayne p.s. have additional pics if needed.
The PCGS 1866 you showed has the doubling that I felt that my coin shows. As depicted in my CherryPickers book. My clashed die indications are not as prominent, but the doubling seems similar. I don't know if I have any documented DDO's, so it's difficult to differentiate DDO from Machine Doubling. Thanks for responses. I will try to get better pics to add.