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1963-D LMC--Possible 3/3 DDO And 4 Cuds-- Cud Website Authority

 
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 Posted 09/20/2020  6:04 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add mb560600 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I do not believe these are lamination errors.
This coin exhibits die breaks resulting in rim cuds. See the following web site dedicated to identifying CUDS:
http://cuds-on-coins.com/
There are examples of similar rim cuds on Lincoln Cents on the site, such as:
CU-1c-1966-07
CU-1c-1966-"Rim Cud"
CU-1c-1966 "Rim Cud"
CU-1c-1966-17
Coop usually is the authority on CUDs, so I will be interested to see whether he provides a supportive comment. Also a comment on the 3/3 DDO.
Just to further the review of this coin, I have provided an additional close-up photo of what appears to be a 3/3 on the date.
So, I was looking at some LMCs I have been putting aside for years, and this 1963-D popped up. When I examined the 3 in the date, I could see the image of another 3---like a ghost beneath the lower seriff and the middle. I checked Wexler and found a WDDO-001 for the 3/3. What to your think?
Then, I discovered that there are four CUDs on the coin.
Even if the coin is not the WDDO-001, it is really a neat find.






2 CUDS in this photo--1 at between 10:00 and 11:00, and another above the IN

Another 2 CUDS in this photo---2 above the W in WE
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09/20/2020 9:57 pm
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Not seeing the DDO but the "cuds" you mention are probably lamination peels (or struck through foil).
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To me, those don't look like cud's so much as either lams or struck through foil.

Edit: beat me to it @joseph!
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 Posted 09/20/2020  7:13 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add mb560600 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Spence and Joseph--How is a lamination peel different from a CUD or Die Break?
From what I have reviewed in several authorities, a CUD is a marginal die break which is an error produced when a piece breaks off the edge of a die and involves the rim and least a little bit of the adjacent field of the design. Isn't that what is appearing on this coin? If not please explain.
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A cud is when marginal pieces of the die break off, lamination is when pieces of the planchet break off, usually due to improper alloy mix or imperfections in the metal.

Your coin has some small lamination peels. Not seeing a DDO.
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09/20/2020 9:22 pm
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Respectfully, check out die breaks and rim cuds at
http://www.error-ref.com/rim-cud/
This is what appears on the rim areas in question on this coin, not lamination.
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 Posted 09/21/2020  10:56 am  Show Profile   Check Tanman2001's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add Tanman2001 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply

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a raised interruption in the design rim that perfectly tracks the course of the design rim.


Nope.

If you looks at your photos, you can see the metal is flaking off, it is separating from the coin. You can probably stick a piece of paper underneath it. This cannot happen with a cud. With a cud, the coin is all in one piece, no metal is coming off. A cud is just a raised area on the coin where the metal was pushed into a gap in the die created by a marginal break.

See this cud I found in 2016, which is now my user icon: http://goccf.com/t/274216
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 Posted 09/21/2020  4:28 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add sheldius to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply

The cuds on the rims look different than the OP's photos. They have all the classic edges or LAM's. One looks like a piece of foil struck through.

But its your coin, you can label it however you want.

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