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1983 DDR-002,2-R-V-CCw Stage C

 
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 Posted 04/13/2021  01:04 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add RedMP1972 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
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This is a normal die. The devices are just a bit smaller from polishing. Check out my pages on CoopHome. There are side by sides there.










This one shows a different die state on the second image.


Here is a full set of the DDR-002, FS-802, WDDR-003

Note the die scratches. They are on some die states and different on others or totally missing.






A fresher die state set of images. (markers will be different on different die states:







I often look for a marker on the 'O' on ONE:



Hope this helps. Keep in mind the different die state scratches around United also.

CoopHome : How to identify the DR-002 Lincoln cent from a normal coin?

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You will find that same reverse die crack on many LMCs.
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RedMP1972,
Your coin is not a doubled die,sorry.
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Agreed, I'm not seeing any spread.
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Thank you all!
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Keep on truckin'!
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