The chances of finding a DDR
on a dime that year, are very slim http://varietyvista.com/07%20Roosev...Listings.htm
After the early 1970's, the new year was 1989, down to the single squeeze devices the new DDR
were starting to be seen. But I agree, I see nothing interesting about this dime. But I do see av issue with your lighting. You have two light sources. The one on the left is not as strong as the right. Why am I bringing this up? Because a single light source is better for micro images for doubled dies. Why is on source better? Because a single light source shows light and shadows. If doubling is present, it allows it to be seen. With too much light, glare takes over. Hiding if there were hub doubling. The light source in the left would be a better light for you images. Remove the right light as it is too strong. Sometimes when you have two light sources, it creates a false shadow. So for future reference, change the lighting to a single light source. Also the light angle is too low. When the angle is too low, the light reflects off the sides of the devices. It could shine on the tops of the devices, not the edges of the devices. It will help a lot more. That way when you do find doubled dies, then you will see them better. But on this year, there were no DDRs happening. Open this source and click on the known attributed dies, and look to see the known dies that are listed. Then you will have more happiness in searching. Knowing what to look for is better than being in the dark about what to look for. Because if what you are searching for is not there, you can move onto the next coin, to see if it is the one. Searching too hard only helps you to find Machine Doubling
. We all know what a waste of time that is, as it is so common and worthless. But when you know what to look for, if it is not there, then move on to the next coin. Try these suggestions and another time we will discuss a second issue with lightning, diffuse of lightning. But another time. CoopHome
: How can I improve my images. What works, what doesn't. How can knowing where to look for varietes help me?