Everything thing is normal The Machine Doubling
on Liberty and the Die wear is showing above the devices on the motto. The DDR
is affected on these areas:1958-D DDO-001
The reason all the other devices look like your coin, it that the description tells you what to look for on this variety. All the other devices are normal. They are used for identifying what die state the examples are in.https://imgs.inkfrog.com/pix/coop49...ISTA_AAA.jpg
Description: Light spread on lower B of LIBERTY and upper 9 of date.
Coppercoins listing is 1958D-1DO-001
for this listing:https://www.coppercoins.com/lincoln...ie_state=mdshttp://www.varietyvista.com/01a%20L...8DDDO002.htm
Shows on the bottom of the 'B' On Liberty on the DDO-002
Description: Light spread on lower B of LIBERTY.
Coppercoins match is : 1958D-1MM-009https://www.coppercoins.com/lincoln...ie_state=mds
Thus you will have to note the areas where the hub doubling is present on these listings. All the other devices will be mostly normal.
Your coin is a normal coin example. It doesn't show the hub doubling, making the DDO
for that year. CoopHome
: Why is my coin not a certain listing? All the other devices look the same?"
a doubled die is identified by the hub doubling on the die. if the die is normal, it will not show the hub doubling. Also another clue when matching doubled dies are the location of the mintmarks on the pre 1990 coins. not the same location as the listed one? not that doubled die. If the mintmark was a match, the hub doubling would also have to be a match first. So a doubled die is noted by the hub doubling on the die, thus the termed "Doubled Die." Without the hub doubling it could be Machine Doubling
or die wear. But the hub doubling on the coin has to be a match in order to be a doubled die.