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1934 Lincoln Wheat Cent Doubled Die - DDR-001

 
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 Posted 04/10/2021  10:24 pm Show Profile   Check tropicalbats's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add tropicalbats to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Always hard to attribute these class VI DDRs, but especially so when it's in some unlisted late die state. Anyway, after quite some time studying this thing I am pretty certain it is DDR-001. There are remnants of die markers around GOD WE and the eye that can still be seen, and it doesn't have some of the very clear markers on the other ones. But the Die Deterioration makes using the shape of the devices pretty darn hard.

1934 Lincoln Wheat cent Doubled Die - DDR-001



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Nice! I was watching that one. I was also watching another 34P that I thought may be the big one. It had the dot in the right place on the reverse. I forgot to bid on it and it went for $8.50. Hopefully one of you got it if it was indeed the 101.
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Congrats TB.
I was glad to see you be the one to win this one and I attributed it as DDR-001 as well. I think it was the die gouge at the base of RIC as imaged at CC (1DR-002) that convinced me. http://coppercoins.com/lincoln/dies...ie_state=mds
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