I can't match it to VarietyVista or CopperCoins , so very hard to tell, what do you all think?
Thanks in advance
Just looks like MD to me.
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Machine doubling on the date for sure.... That mint mark is interesting... Probably also machine doubling, but unique. Cheers, RickO
Looks more like Die Deterioration Doubling (DDD) as the "doubling" is migrating towards the rim (follows the flow of metal during the strike). The line inside the D may be a well placed plating bubble? Wichever MD or DDD it has no added value over face.
Sorry: forgot the link........https://www.lincolncentforum.com/die-deterioration-doubling-ddd/
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Thanks everyone! Had the mint mark doubled back part of the D been flat shelved like normal machine doubling I would have just wrote it off, but it really caught my attention that it appears to be rounded like an extra mint mark was once punched to the east, it will be kept with all my other Mint oddities / RPM's for posterity
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