Would this be worth getting graded?
If it were this DDO then yes, but it’s not.
Sorry, not worth grading.
@ERingus ... That cent is not a DDO. Nice cent, but not worth grading. Cheers, RickO
No ddo, keep trying
Great photos and a fairly nice looking coin.
I can see some doubling on the left sides of D and W, and the top of T.
But I believe it is "shelf doubling" which occurs during striking, rather than a doubled die.
I don't see the "split tips" that are an indicator of a doubled die.
I also don't see the pattern of doubling on your coin, on the page which shows the 26 known 1972 doubled dies:http://doubleddie.com/384301.html
Several of the 26 are minor and have no extra value, but a few are quite dramatic; the best is the one shown above by @AlanSki .
So, no - not worth getting graded.
Incidentally, I believe the contact marks on the rim and on the high points of Lincoln make this an AU coin, rather than MS.
For a 1972 non-DDO, I think you would need it to be MS-67 to be worth the grading fees.https://www.pcgs.com/prices/detail/lincoln-cent-modern/47/most-active
I can not tell if you have a late die stage of FS-103 or not.
your picture makes me think in the MS 63-4 RD area with all the nicks on face
what DDO do you think you have?
My "should I grade" formula:
subtract at least three points for the correct grade
check recent sales for coin graded at correct grade
calculate cost to submit
If there is profit potential then submit
It will happen suddenly