1995 Lincoln double die obverse

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1995 Lincoln double die obverse

#1 Unread post by Coinoverload » Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:49 pm

This is a 1995 Lincoln cent double die? The date has nothing visible, liberty although you be the judge and the motto in God we trust but I didn't get all of it. 3 of the photos are with microscope.
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Part of motto God
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1st part of motto. IN
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Re: 1968 S Lincoln triple

#2 Unread post by Coinoverload » Tue Jan 08, 2019 8:26 pm

OK this is another 1968 S? OK we went through machine doubling and obviously the picture show three 8s three 6s and three 9s and 3 S's Everyone I spoke to has never seen anything like that all opinions are welcome. :sos: widegrin
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The number 8
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The Lincoln cent 1968 S
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Re: 19?? D Lincoln cent

#3 Unread post by Coinoverload » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:40 pm

19?? D Lincoln cent Wheat back what date is it ? Any and all responses are welcome. :confused:
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Is it 1931
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Or is its 1951 / 31
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Re: 1995 Lincoln double die obverse

#4 Unread post by Daniel » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:15 am

Very confusing posting multiple coins in one topic.

The 1995 is a doubled die and remember varieties like this need to be identified by their die markers. We can't do that with images of the entire coin. It's also an area that most coin collectors miss, if you think you found a variety then look it up so you can ID it. So many references online to help with that. Then it can be posted here to be verified or for a second opinion.

The 1968 is another example of flat field strike doubling, a doubled die doesn't show flatness and the mint mark wouldn't be doubled since the die was already created and doubled before the mint mark was applied. You're looking at metal that was scraped and flattened away from the design.

The 1951 is a die chip and and maybe some damage.

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Re: 1995 Lincoln double die obverse

#5 Unread post by Coinoverload » Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:17 am

Thanks nice list of Lincoln cents cherry picker list.

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Re: 1995 Lincoln double die obverse

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Re: 1995 Lincoln double die obverse

#7 Unread post by PetesPockets55 » Wed Jan 16, 2019 8:11 am

Daniel wrote:
Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:15 am
Very confusing posting multiple coins in one topic.

The 1995 is a doubled die and remember varieties like this need to be identified by their die markers. We can't do that with images of the entire coin. It's also an area that most coin collectors miss, if you think you found a variety then look it up so you can ID it. So many references online to help with that. Then it can be posted here to be verified or for a second opinion.

The 1968 is another example of flat field strike doubling, a doubled die doesn't show flatness and the mint mark wouldn't be doubled since the die was already created and doubled before the mint mark was applied. You're looking at metal that was scraped and flattened away from the design.

The 1951 is a die chip and and maybe some damage.
I agree with Daniel, definitely one coin per thread to avoid confusion.
Also, I think he means "We can't do that without images of the entire coin."

Nice find on the 1995 DDO. Here is a LINK to one site (Variety Vista) to help you determine which variety you may have. Scroll down until you get to 1995 and click on that year, which will then show you a bunch of choices to compare. Look through the images of the markers to determine which yours might be.

This is part of the reason full obverse and reverse images are important as a starting point.

Thanks for posting, have fun and come back to let us know which you think it is so we can confirm it for you.

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