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1976 D ddo/ddr silver clad bicentennial quarter

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    There are 7 fingers on the hand holding the drum stick on your left hand side ,on STATES and AMERICA, very nice coin , the 7's and 6's on obverse side , the inside of the B in LIBERTY as well

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    JimTylerJimTyler Posts: 3,057 ✭✭✭✭✭

    If you did 50 of these you could glom the whole first page and show no respect for anyone else.

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    I'm not understanding exactly were your going with that inference sir?

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    If anyone has any insight I'm welcome to your opinions, I found the ddo on varietyvista but I couldn't find a ddo/ddr , the ddo is supposed to be valued around $5500

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    JBKJBK Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭

    1976-D silver clad?

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    KalanimcbeeKalanimcbee Posts: 39
    edited February 21, 2024 4:05PM

    I believe so , I turned the coin sideways the line separating the two halfs of coin is directly in the center of the coin all the way around the coin , to the best of my knowledge that indicates it to be silver clad ?

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    JBKJBK Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Kalanimcbee said:
    I believe so , I turned the coin sideways the line separating the two halfs of coin is directly in the center of the coin all the way around the coin , to the best of my knowledge that indicates it to be silver clad ?

    No offense, but you have already shown us that your knowledge is seriously lacking. ;)

    Have you looked at any other modern (post 1964) quarters?

    In any case, there are not "two halfs" - there are three layers, whether clad or silver clad, which for Bicentennial coins are only on some coins from San Francisco (S mintmark).

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    @JBK said:
    1976-D silver clad?

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    make a video and show us the edge of the coin, @Kalanimcbee it being silver and Denver probably makes it worth more than DDO/DDR. I can't tell if its DDO or DDR from your photos.

    Its strange though, I've never understood what makes some DDO or DDR coins worth so much more than others with similar rarity.

    I don't think your coin would grade as high as these.

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    lcoopielcoopie Posts: 8,777 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Another coin to send in for grading.

    LCoopie = Les
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    Look I'm sorry for bothering you guys with my coins , I do know the difference between machine doubling and double stamping , and yes it's layers , and I appreciate the insight on the silver clad stuff , the 7's are doubled at the top , and the 6's are doubled as well, far as I can tell but that's me looking from here , the photos I posted kinda suck , I have researched and got other professional opinions on the coins before posting them , now I will take them down and move out of yuns way , have a blessed day

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    By the way did you guys look at the Ink fountain contamination error dollar bill. It's probably not what I called it either

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    JBKJBK Posts: 14,762 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Kalanimcbee said:
    Look I'm sorry for bothering you guys with my coins , I do know the difference between machine doubling and double stamping ,

    Are you sure? :#

    There is machine doubling, doubled die, and double struck.

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    robecrobec Posts: 6,603 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Unless your DDO or DDR are certified by one of the upper tier grading companies you won’t sell them for any kind of premium. You’ll notice that all the premiums you’ve quoted that other examples have received are all certified, not raw. No one will take you serious with the photos you have posted or the quotes from dealers you say you’ve shown these to. Get them graded and authenticated as DDO/DDR then post them. Outside of that they will only be regarded as pocket change.

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