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Gun-Shy At This Point Yet To The Wolves I Go,,,, 1990 P Dime)

 
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1990 P Roosevelt DDR Maybe

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looks like MD to me. all the 'doubling is causing the devices to be narrowed and are all moving in one direction (East). It's possible that the die bounced and moved a tiny bit before the secondary hit.
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This it is MD.
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A nice case of MD that shows well.
Keep this one as a reference for the future.
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Yes, excellent example of Machine Doubling.
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@ilm, Machine Doubling is step-like and reduces the width of the letters whereas a doubled die will have wider letters and typically split serifs. Yours is a great example of the former.
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with all above, MD.
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Same.



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Combination of MD and DD.
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Thanks all. Will keep for reference.
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Also a LDS die state when your coin was struck by these dies.
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