ChWitt

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  1. I could only upload 3 images but this is a 2019 D cent. On the obverse there “GOD” was the most obvious. E Pluribus Unum was most prominent on the reverse. Any input would be great
  2. The 2 sure looks like a small date.
  3. This is why coin forums frustrate me. It’s amazing how quickly some assume they are more of an expert than the person asking a question. MD huh?
  4. I’m not sure about the correct answer to this but is doubling required on all or most of the obverse/reverse to be what one call a true doubled die? Can a coin still be a DD even if only one word is doubled. Obviously value play s role then
  5. I’m not sure about the correct answer to this but is doubling required on all or most of the obverse/reverse to be what one call a true doubled die? Can a coin still be a DD even if only one word is doubled. Obviously value play s role then
  6. I’m just going to go ahead and assume. I see doubling.
  7. Sorry all, last coin question. I’m trying to make myself believe that I’m seeing machine doubling, but I just can’t convince myself yet, the eyes, ear, bow tie, appear doubled, and I see the “notch” on both obverse and reverse. I know if both sides are affected, it’s more likely machine. Let me know what you think. Thanks