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1945 Lincoln Cent Doubling Date? Die Crack?

 
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Minor lamination obverse and reverse and that's all.
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The first and fourth images, look like a DDO.
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Lamination issues. Lots of circulation wear and hits.
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Looks like a clashed die with 3-4 counter clockwise rotation.Same shape on front bust and I see a ghost bowtie. I just got a 1945d with similar features. I'll try to grab pics later.i saw it when my wife turned the lights out last night. It's like those old posters where u have to stop looking and relax your eyes. I could be wrong.
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Not seeing a die clash as the obverse would be on the reverse. It's just the lamination crack that looks kind of like the front of the vest.
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