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LSC WDDO-006 Classification?

 
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 Posted 01/15/2021  11:42 am Show Profile   Check SilverCents's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add SilverCents to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Another coin given to me to identify which DDO is present.

Closest thing I could find was WDDO-006.

There is quite a bit of Machine Doubling, but ignoring that, the left stem of the Y is much more thick than the right.




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 Posted 01/15/2021  1:13 pm  Show Profile   Check Kloccwork419's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add Kloccwork419 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Good luck with that. I hate shield cents. Try taking some pictures with a diffuser on your light source. Maybe some paper or a couple coffee filters. The glare is making it looked doubled more than it is. Maybe a full pic and close up of IGWT also
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So do I, the shield cents are by far one of the most trickiest doubled dies to identify. That's a brilliant idea, thank you for the advice, I'll make sure to do that tomorrow as it's getting rather later where I am right now.
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Alright as requested here we go.

I disabled the auto whiting and used a different surface. Yet there still seems to be just as much, if not more glare. I like the auto whiting because it allows MD it be much for easily identified.

I really need a new microscope.






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The glare is from the light, not the camera. It needs to be diffused. Ill see if I can find a match
Your best bet is checking markers on Wexlers site
http://doubleddie.com/1808804.html
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Oh! My gosh I'm sorry I misunderstood. Well, I can't exactly but a coffee filter or any other cloth over the light source, as that blocks the camera, as they're built into the microscope together.

I can turn down the brightness of the light if that would help?

Let me know if this is any better:

EDIT: And fair enough, I'll try that on my own time. Sadly the WDDO-006 doesn't have any die markers but I'll check the others.


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What I often do is turn off the microscope LEDs and use lamps or flashlights from the side with paper towel to diffuse the light.
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