Called a doubled die, as the die that strike these coins have hub doubling on them, making the coins struck with these dies, a doubled die coin. Device doubling is cause by the machine on Machine Doubling
. So it is not from a doubled die. But a coin with the doubled die, will look the same as the die was retired early. (thus a smaller number of the were struck) What to look for on these? DDR-001 FS-101 WDDR-002
Note the spread on the devices. Look at the centers of the devices.
Note how they are wider/taller than the normal devices will be. Machine Doubling
never makes a coin a doubled die. Only coins struck with doubled die, will be doubled die coins. Machine Doubling
can also affect doubled dies as well. But again, Machine Doubling
never is part of a doubled die. The spread between the hub process, make a doubled die, doubled. CoopHome
: What does a 1982 WDDR-002 look like. What to look for on these?
spread of the devices. don't look at the outside edges. that is where you will find Machine Doubling
or excessive die wear. so always look for the spread of the devices. the notching is cause on these by the spread of the devices.