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1981 10 C Everything's Doubled All The Letters And His Ear?

 
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We need better photos.

My guess is, when you say everything is doubled, that it is Machine Doubling. Either that, or the die has aged a bit so the devices are a tad thicker.
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I think is see the ear, I think its possible but I cant be sure until we get better pics.
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Probably Machine Doubling V.V and Wexler lists nothing on those years. Can see what you are seeing from the images provided. If the outer edges of the devices are what you are looking at, then it is probably Machine Doubling. (MD is not a doubled die, just damage to the devices after a normal strike. A doubled die can have Machine Doubling though. A doubled die is on the die, the Machine Doubling is an alteration of the strike by the machine)
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Thank you, I understand. The die did not have the doubled image from a die mistake to mint many coins from that die. The die was gine but the mint process caused the machine to produce a coin thst looked that way. I try to look at variety vista to confirm or deny but they seem yo use a bit more abbreviations than gorum ,thankfully because it is kinda tuff to recognize there. I think yall might believe I am young but thats not the case. I see why ,my ignorance is unmistakable. Fact is I just don't catch on as quickly as as I did years ago.30 yrs in construction business and just aint that sharp anymore. THANK ALL YALL GOR THE HELP! IT IS GREATLY APPRECIATED!
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