All who responded to my first post either said this coin had no doubled die, or if it did, that it was not WDDO-001. Maybe it was the poor quality of the photos. My apologies for that. I have taken new photos, as you will see below.
Clear doubling at LIBER of LIBERTY
Doubling in IN of Motto. Arrows show the specific areas evidencing doubling.
Doubling in GO of GOD
Doubling in OD of GOD
Doubling of WE, with arrows pointing to doubling lines
Clear doubling at TRUS of TRUST
Clear doubling of UST of TRUST with arrows showing doubling lines
All of the doubling appears to be in a clockwise pattern.
Wexler describes the 1973 WDDO-001 as follows: "A class V CW spread from a pivot at about 5:00 shows on the letters of IGWT, and the LIBER of LIBERTY.
Variety Vista's listing for the 1973 DDO-001 is: "Light spread on IN GOD WE TRUST and LIBERTY."
Note- neither one of these descriptions mentions extra thickness in the doubling. If there was extra thickness in the variety, Wexler and Variety Vista would note same---as you routinely see in the listings.
Not only is the doubling on this coin consistent with the WDDO-001 descriptions, it also has the die markers Wexler indicates in his listing (I shared photos of those die markers in my prior posting).
So, as a former trial attorney, I believe that I have presented sufficient evidence to confirm that the coin is WDDO-001. If you are not convinced, don't just state "it's not WDDO-001" without any further comment. Please state the specifics for your opinion, either up or down. I, along with others who participate in CC, appreciate constructive comments, either positive or negative.
(BTW--I could not edit my original post because it had been more than the time limit of 24 hours; that's the reason I submitted this new post).
Thanks Coin Community!