1964 Nickel Doubling Reverse?

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1964 Nickel Doubling Reverse?

#1 Unread post by mylcoinintx » Tue Jun 30, 2020 5:10 pm

I found this coin in my saved coin box. Not sure on how to describe what's going on since some of the places on this coin looks like damage. Anyway I took pictures of the bottom and sides of the capital building. I started from the right side bottom and went clockwise around the building. This is what I got. Let me know what's going on with this coin please. Thank you.
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Re: 1964 Nickel Doubling Reverse?

#2 Unread post by Paul » Tue Jun 30, 2020 8:23 pm

Please keep in mind, that you are way too close to the coin you are imaging..... Most individuals will not be able to decipher what the images are.

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Re: 1964 Nickel Doubling Reverse?

#3 Unread post by mylcoinintx » Tue Jun 30, 2020 11:19 pm

Sorry about that but my microscope camera doesn't allow me to lower it's magnification. I guess I'll have to get another one since I plan on posting more post. I'm almost done with my first box of penny's, only 5 more to go. Hopefully I'll find something interesting to post.

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Re: 1964 Nickel Doubling Reverse?

#4 Unread post by Daniel » Wed Jul 01, 2020 5:52 am

You're looking TOO close to the coins. You don't need a microscope and if you can only see it with a scope then it's not going to be anything good or worthy. All varieties and errors that are worth anything can be seen with very little to no magnification.

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