seeing the devices next to what you are comparing it with helps a lot more:
Note the Inverted images I created from your selection? The glare is hiding the MD on those areas. Machine Doubling
happens on the outside of the devices. A doubled die shows spread in the center of the devices. This enlarges the devices. So to avoid this in the future, don't look at the outside edges of devices. Note if they are enlarged in the centers of devices. That is what you loo for to compare a match for a doubled die. Spread, and having the same exact spread on all the devices. Sometimes it looks the same one one device, but different on a different device.
Why are these two images showing different numbers for each image? While it looks like they are the same, but are they. On other devices on the coin, they are not the same.
Another SBS of the same two dies, but note how much different they are from each other? Even the dates are different.
But go back to the images of Liberty again. Note the doubling is not exactly the same. It is slightly different. So in order to have a correct number for a die, the hub doubling must match on all devices
. So keep looking for the spread on the on the centers of the devices/enlargement of devices/distortion of devices on the centers of the devices, not on the outside edges. Because what is found on the outside edge on one side, is machine doubling
Edited by coop
10/23/2020 8:11 pm