No way to tell with pictures of that quality. However if you have any doubts, then the answer is "no".
Same as above.
But I will add, is there a known DD for that date? If yes, then does yours match photos of It?
Check this VarietyVista site out.
http://varietyvista.com/04b JN DD Vol 2/DDOs 1960.htm
Ty jesbroken this is what I really needed.
So the answer is yes . I'm glad someone gave me a link to verify myself cause before they did I figured it was nothing ty
Aren't all the DDOs on that link on proof coins?
I cannot tell anything from your pictures.( blurry )
Your coin is not a proof coin!
Both of the following sites are good for looking up doubled dies. I recommend you bookmark them
www.varietyvista.com (as others have mentioned
www.linolncentresource.com also has some
Wexler also has good explanations of worthless doubling (mechanical and die deterioration).http://www.doubleddie.com/144801.html
And here some info about the minting process and how dies are made
@Zoee.... Which one did you decide it was? And can you post clear pictures of the DD here? Cheers, RickO
ricko it was a ddo and my camera is crap so sorry for my terrible pic i do appreciate your comments .so please still reply even with poopy pics
@Zoee ... I hope you can get better pictures...Providing pictures helps to educate/inform members about different coins and the issues found. Cheers, RickO