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1776-1976 D Washington Quarter Errors

 
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 Posted 12/02/2020  06:23 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add wfe888 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Good morning everyone,
I am still fresh and new to coin collecting and it seems that DDs are a bit confusing due to the various types as well as information. Not to mention misinformation that others are posting due to the lack of knowledge so my learning about DDs is a bit slow. I have been studying looking at various photos but I believe as I obtain DD coins I will gain more and more experience in regards to them. I have
yet to knowingly obtain one. My post is not about DDs but about my 1776-1976 D Quarter which I believe could possibly be my first and I am asking for a bit of help please.
1776-1976 D Washington quarter errors,
Obverse: 6 in 1776 has what appears to be a die crack that runs to center of the bust base.
D mint mark appears to be a filled die error
Matto appears to have doubling as well as the date and it also appears that a double strike took place around Washington's bust.
Reverse: Doubling appears to be all over the reverse side.
The reason why I am believing that this could be a DD is I see Machine Doubling, however I see also what appears to me to be hub doubling as well. Sorry so long and all feed back will be greatly appreciated. Thanks........

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to CCF. Going to need photos to help you. Here is a link to a good site on types of doubling you need to learn http://koinpro.tripod.com/Articles/...Doubling.htm
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I agree with John1, we will need images to help answer your questions.

There haven't been many true hub doubling varieties reported for the 1976-D quarter, so it will be interesting to see what you have.

I collect Bicentennial coinage errors/varieties, though none are "doubled design" coins. I tend toward coins with missing design elements - missing clad layers, off-center strikes, clips and die adjustment strikes.

Here's a link to a post I did about my reverse clad layer missing set - maybe it will be of interest: Reverse Clad Layer Missing Bicentennial Set.


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