When it comes to doubled dies I think my judgment is on par, but once in a while, I do come across situations where I feel I need to have extra eyes take a look and confirm, or convince me otherwise.
After reaching out to a couple of fellow collectors that I felt had solid judgment as well and them coming to the same conclusion as I did, today I am sharing a somewhat minor 1967 Silver 25 Cent doubled die reverse, it can be easily seen with a loup.
I have been sitting on this discovery for about 2 months debating on including it in my book or posting it, I had a very small reason to believe it could possibly be from Master Die Doubling as I have recently been uncovering numerous years/denominations from the 60s and 70s being the result of master die doubling.
Upon comparing this quarter to numerous other bobcat quarters, for now, I am 98% sure that this is NOT master die doubling but until I can do some research on how many master dies were used for the 1967 25 cent quarter I leave these images for the community to judge and enjoy.
Red arrows show where you will find split serifs and extra thickness.
I will upload more photos when time permits, including full images of the coin. There are numerous areas (including the bobcat) that show doubling.