Highly reflective obv, dull grey non reflective reverse. Tilt doubling rev.
We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?
Reflectivity is irrelevant.
"Tilt doubling" is a made-up term.
That looks like a real doubled die to me. The R and T are especially convincing. I don't see this listed. Can anyone else come up with a listing?
Incuse strike doubling.
"When the design elements on a coin are incuse rather than raised, the appearance of mechanical doubling is even more deceptive. Since the design element on the die is raised, when the loose die shifts and bounces it will leave a secondary impression on the coin that is incuse just like the normal design element. All of the characteristics of normal doubled dies, such as split serifs and separation of images, will appear on the mechanical doubling images."
Not sure what "tilt doubling" means, but it does look to be a double die. Nice find.
interesting coin you have there
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