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 "Rim Cud"
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