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Good Morning, Fingers Crossed 1969 1c DDR?

 
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Pics are a bit too blurry for me to see the doubling. Maybe a floating roof though?
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Pics are too blurry, not seeing a DDR and I think the left side of roof is still attached.
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Sharper close-ups, please.



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Images are taken to close in. You need to get the devices in the 3-4 devices per image.





When you take images too close, your are looking way to hard. You will find a lot of Machine Doubling which is common. Images this size will show if you have a doubled die, and will be in the listed range. Look too close will make anything look like something.
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That makes good sense. I feel like when I find one that I will know more what to look for. I have buckets of pennies and only want to go through em once. But I am looking to hard. Gotcha. THANK YALL!
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