1984-D Roosevelt dime DDR
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I've been working on this one for the pass few days. I saw the doubling at first glance by looking at this in hand. Easley seen before doing close ups. I'm still baffled on this and want to say die deterioration doubling. But by looking at the E the doubling goes straight down the back of it, and then under the E. You can see little on the P. Also the dot west of the E. Maybe I can get a little info on this piece at what I'm seeing here thanks. 

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I am seeing a completely worn out die.  You can also see DDD on the O of ONE which is very close, and adjacent, to the E in EPU.  Just Die Deterioration Doubling IMHO.  

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Agreed. I use the term die erosion doubling, but it means the same thing.

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On 7/28/2021 at 9:25 AM, DWLange said:

Agreed. I use the term die erosion doubling, but it means the same thing.

DED is not as catchy as DDD. Proper acronyms are very important in numismatics. 

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