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HI My Name Is Jay , From Seattle -- DDO Questions

 
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Hi my name is Jay I'm from seattle and I like coins because I'm odd and had questions about coins I found , I do research on my free time so ill try not to sound dumb , but I don't know everything and do have questions but it's more of like how to tell proof fr u.c not because I can't look at youtube videos but more of I just can't really tell the difference so hence I'm here to post coins I have found interesting and keep looking at them cause they look odd and trying to confirm if what I'm seeing is indeed what I'm seeing and I think it's that double die reverse I tried to look up if it's a variety that match any known variety at the moment and didn't see any please understand I'm new
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Thank you so much for the welcome and sorry for posting in the wrong place I clicked to add this post to the intro section but I think maybe adding my question in my intro is why , also the info on the proof and business strike coins helped a lot I read and watch up on it but it's my eyes that can't see well , so I usually use my camera to look closely at coins I try to just find coins that interest me and if it looks different just wonder about it and also I will look for the Red Book this is one coin I found that interest me and don't know where to find other images but thanks for the welcome I'm not even sure which icon is to save or post new reply






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to CCF. Which coin do you think is a proof? Both coins are business strike not proof strike. Not seeing a DDR,split copper plating on the Memorial cent. Get yourself a Red Book and read up on the minting process.
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1936 would be the first year with the mirror proofs on the wheat cents.

The 1909-1916 matte proofs has a duller matte, strong design finish:


Business strike compared with a matte proof:

Note how much stronger the design. These are are struck twice. Business strikes are only struck once.








Your coin looks like a nice grade for an uncirculated/AU coin. Images of the obverse would also be helpful.
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Some have asked about my images I use and I'm glad to say, you can now you can see the DVD in sections on youtube:
1. Intro, older coins, toned coins 2. Doubled dies 3. Die events, One of a kind errors 4. So called errors, Coin information 5. Coin information Types and Varieties, Overlays
Jefferson nickel doubled dies Wexler/Rebar complete listings

trail dies:http://www.traildies.com/
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