Need help identifying 1928-S Peace Double Mint Error
I was directed here and told this is where all the smart coin guys hang out that may be able to help me out, since obviously they were not, lol.
I have a 1928-S Peace Dollar I purchased knowing it was a mint error. I recognized the strike through obverse which is quite literally, a strike through of the numeral 1 in the date. What I didn't notice was the excessive amount of doubling on the obverse. At first I only noticed it in the motto in the D, W, and E. After a closer look, it's also doubled on the T, R, every letter in LIBERTY, the Tiara, top of Liberty's head, and the back of her neck. There could be more, I don't know. I sent it off to PCGS and it came back an MS-63 Mint Error Strike Through Obverse. I also wanted it labeled as a VAM or doubled, but I have no idea what I have here. To me it seems a 1928-S Double Mint Error.
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So my 2 questions to all the wise folks I was told reside here are:
1) What in the world is this thing, as in how would it be labeled?
2) Anyone interested in trying to put a value on it? Is it double beneficial to the value, or a double whammy?
Any help or further knowledge would be greatly appreciated!