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Re: 1982 d doubling

#11 Unread post by Daniel »

The one cent is not a doubled die and it’s not a stamp, please go to Wexler doubleddie.com website and read on the doubled dies.

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Re: 1982 d doubling

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Daniel wrote: Mon Sep 27, 2021 9:52 pm Coins are not stamped, you don’t understand the minting process and need to listen to our advice or you will never learn and be upset everywhere you post your coins. Don’t mix sensitive emotions with your coins.
coins are not stamped....u are a dumd ass

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Re: 1982 d doubling

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That’s just reflection doubling, improperly illuminated, not actual doubling.

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Re: 1982 d doubling

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quarrylizard wrote: Mon Sep 27, 2021 9:50 pm if you cant see the stamping error on one cent you are blind and i wont be posting any more coins for your shills to look at....
That might not be the best attitude to the people who are trying to help you. JMO, no offense.

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Re: 1982 d doubling

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quarrylizard wrote: Mon Sep 27, 2021 10:33 pm Im not talking about the sphere as much as the obvious dubbling of the one cent stamp....
What stamp???? All I see is a 1982 D one cent coin with possible plating issues-No doubling-NO stamp
You really need to to go to, and study Error-Ref and Wexler's Coins and Die Varieties
These two sites will help teach you about what a variety/ errors coin looks like. I cannot stress enough how important it is to not just read the sites but to study them in depth, until they are seared into your brain.
I also suggest that until you learn the above and what can and cannot happen to a coin at the mint. You need to stick to looking for known errors. You will find what the TPGs will recognize as varieties on the PCGS. This will save you a lot of time in having to take photos and then posting them, only to told it is not what you think.
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I apologize if I sounded gruff. I am only trying to lead you in the right direction to learn about your coins and to use the proper terminology.

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Re: 1982 d doubling

#17 Unread post by Earle42 »

It also would be good if you look into things like machine doubling, die deterioration doubling etc. to find out various doubled images can be caused in the minting process that are not the collected variety known as doubled dies.

Go here and look them up to find out there are many forms of non-collectable doubling.

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Look up types of doubling and find a whole new world of information you had no idea about before you posted that will allow you to actually know what you are seeing here.
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Re: 1982 d doubling

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From their other post it sounds like they're already convinced of what they have and is just seeking validation from us.

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Re: 1982 d doubling

#19 Unread post by Slick36 »

Yep, definitely a plating problem.

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