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See the step like appearance, that is MD.
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Agree--looks like classic Machine Doubling.
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Note the areas you are looking at. On the outside and inside of devices, are where you will find Machine Doubling. These are created by the machine.
On a doubled die the hub doubling on the die is what makes a doubled die. Even Machine Doubling can be found on these coins as well. So it is not a strike issue that creates a doubled die. It is on the die, that creates a doubled die. The spread in the centers of the devices show that it is a hub issue on the die.

Note how much wider these devices are?

Note where you see the spread. On the centers of the devices, enlarging the devices.
That is where to look for a doubled die, on the centers of the devices. If no spread is present, move on to the next coin. Why because it is a waste of time to look for Machine Doubling. Common and not a doubled die.
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 Posted 01/16/2022  3:15 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add stevieb to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Hello, does that look like a small lam above the date?
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 Posted 01/16/2022  3:29 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add merclover to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Classic Machine Doubling. It is a die event, not a mint error. No premium I'm afraid.
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