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1930 P Buffalo Nickel DDO?

 
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( I'm no pro, it's just my humble opinion )
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The areas you are showing are showing me Machine Doubling, not a doubled die. The affected areas are incuse and showing flat areas and are on the outside edges of the devices. The events that we see on Machine Doubling. On a doubled die, the devices are enlarged wider/taller than normal:




And not flat, but show spread on the inside areas of the devices. (Not on the outside of devices) On the outside of devices you will find Machine Doubling or die wear towards the closest rims. Look at the centers of the devices, not on the outside edges. Look for the spread. After seeing a doubled die, you will kick yourself for not looking there. The eyes will pull you in on them. Looking at the outside edges are where you look if there is not hub doubling. But guess what, it is not a doubled die then. No spread, move on to the next coin. Find something interesting, set it aside for another look later on. Keep on searching.
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 Posted 02/15/2023  6:30 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Caddis to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Really good description Coop. I do understand it, but I'm not sure I could identify one if I saw though. The spread is tough for me to see.
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