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1992 D Is It Doubled Die ?

 
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 Posted 05/03/2021  3:00 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add tazbierek to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hi I am new here still learning.
Bought box of pennies and I see this :

IS one on top extra thicknes or not. I'másearching doubleddie.com
And in fact I really dont see any difference in most of doubleddies there .

Really how to find any doubleddie?


Same here on 1959D pennie. the left side of letters have extra thicknes here on obverse and reverse.If this is doubled die then for me all coins have that specially The U in United where Left arm of U is always bigger and A in america.



and on nose chine here I see almost tree lines









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 Posted 05/03/2021  3:10 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Emaroots23 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I'm not seeing anything but I am no expert. Someone will chime in soon. I do know that every time I get excited about one it's usually not. However, I have been saving alot of time learning how to look at coins on this forum. Good luck to you!
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 Posted 05/03/2021  3:26 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add That Coin Dude to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
where is the doubling
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It is not.
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Ok thanks Guys!
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 Posted 05/03/2021  4:09 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add ijn1944 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Title says 1992 D. One photo shows a 1967. And there is a mention of a '59 D. Suggest not mixing close-in photos of coins from different years. Makes it difficult to track what the issue is. Thanks.
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 Posted 05/03/2021  6:05 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add merclover to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
with ijn1944. One coin per thread, please. It is very confusing when there is multiple coins presented.
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Circulation flattening can alter/not alter the devices the same. Just like tires on a car, they are not wearing all the same if the front end is not adjusted correctly. Coin wear can have it bumps and grinds out in the wild. But when you look at the first images Of Liberty, note this: The tops of the devices can be altered, but the lower part of the devices are all the same size. That tells me that the die/dies that struck these coins were normal or could even be the same die? But the tops of the devices are what is affected. On the example earlier on a 1964 DDR, even though the circulation was sever, the doubled die was still seen. Why? Because the bases of the devices were not affected, just the upper parts. So when comparing a doubled die with a normal coin, the bases will be different. Wider, just like original devices are/were depending on how much circulation the coin has been through.

Note the closed devices on the next two images. Note the distortion of that area of the devices?


Note the lower part of the DDO devices were wider/taller when the coin was fresh, but the bases are still wider still, because the die was doubled.
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