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Information about the 1972 Doubled Die Obverse 7. 1972 Doubled Die Obverse 7. Fivaz Stanton Numbers: Old FS-1-033.57 New FS-01-1972-107 Breen: Not Listed Coneca: 7-O-I Crawford: CDDO-007 Wexler: WDDO-007 Coppercoins: 1972P-1DO-007. The 1972 DDO 7 shows class I rotated hub doubling. Doubling can be seen on the date, LIBERTY, and IN GOD WEIn the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety. 2005-P 25¢ MN WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe.Die Markers: Obverse: None significant. Reverse: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1964 1¢ Pr WDDR-124. A strong CW spread from a pivot at about 10:00 shows on the letters in OF AMERICA, the IBUS of PLURIBUS, the designer's initials, the lower right Memorial building, and the letters of ONE CENT.These are the Lincoln Cent doubled dies from 1909 through 2008 that should be in all doubled die collections. Treasure Hunting Buffalo Nickels by John A. Wexler, Ron Pope, and Kevin Flynn. This 136 page book published in 1999 has the then current Buffalo nickel doubled dies as listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files.Information about the 1983 Doubled Die Reverse 1. 1983 Doubled Die Reverse. Fivaz Stanton Numbers: Old FS-1-036 New FS-01-1983-801 Breen: 2310 Coneca: 1-R-IV Crawford: CDDR-001 Wexler: WDDR-001 Coppercoins: 1983P-1DR-001. The 1983 Doubled Die is a result of a Class IV doubling, or "offset hub dubbling". Instead of the image beingIt is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety. 1938 to 1941 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1942 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1943 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1944 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1945 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1946 to 1949 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1950 to 1954 5¢ WRPM Complete. 1955 to 1959 5¢ WRPM Complete.Congratulations on finding the 2020-W Weir Farm quarter. As you know, locating one of of these is a challenge in itself! As for the doubled letters, it appears to be machine doubling, which is common and not a type of doubled die variety. This coin is still worth at least $10 to $20 — not bad at all! Thank you for reaching out, Josh. ReplyThe target area for doubled dies on this design is the area around the bottom of Lincoln's ear, the ERTY of LIBERTY, and the date. ... In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety ...December 20, 2015 -- First reported to John Wexler, news of a strong 2015 Lincoln cent doubled die obverse variety quickly spread to at least one of the error-variety coin related Facebook pages, but it is still little known to most others and just missed getting into the newly released Cherrypickers' Guide To Rare Die Varieties 6th Edition ...Congratulations on finding the 2020-W Weir Farm quarter. As you know, locating one of of these is a challenge in itself! As for the doubled letters, it appears to be machine doubling, which is common and not a type of doubled die variety. This coin is still worth at least $10 to $20 — not bad at all! Thank you for reaching out, Josh. ReplyI now list this one as 2015-P 25¢ WDDR-022. The number of doubled dies found on this design has been increasing rapidly, so if you have any, be sure to check them. America the Beautiful quarter ...The Best of the Jefferson Nickel Doubled Die Varieties by John A. Wexler and Brian A. Ribar. Published in 2002 this 264 page book illustrates the best of the Jefferson Nickel doubled die varieties as listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files for the years 1938 through 1981. Treasure Hunting Mercury Dimes by John A. Wexler and Kevin Flynn. This 122 ...1980 Nickel Doubled Die Listings. 1981 Nickel Doubled Die Listings. 1982-2004 Nickel Doubled Die Listings. 2005 D Buffalo and OIV Nickel Listings. 2005 P Buffalo and OIV Nickel Listings. 2005 S Proof Buffalo and OIV Nickel Listings. 2006 Nickel Doubled Die Listings. 2007 Nickel Doubled Die Listings.Congratulations on finding the 2020-W Weir Farm quarter. As you know, locating one of of these is a challenge in itself! As for the doubled letters, it appears to be machine doubling, which is common and not a type of doubled die variety. This coin is still worth at least $10 to $20 — not bad at all! Thank you for reaching out, Josh. ReplyDie Markers: Obverse: None significant. Reverse: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1964 1¢ Pr WDDR-124. A strong CW spread from a pivot at about 10:00 shows on the letters in OF AMERICA, the IBUS of PLURIBUS, the designer's initials, the lower right Memorial building, and the letters of ONE CENT.1918-S 25¢ WDDO-001 8/7 Overdate "Best Of" Variety. Description: A working die was created when a 1918 hub was used to make an impression in a working die that already had the 1917 date creating an 8/7 overdate. Die Markers: Obverse: A die clash mark of the E in EPU protrudes from the right knee. A die clash mark of the vertical bar of the E ...In the Wexler Die Variety Files we define “doubled die” doubling as doubling produced on hubs or dies as a result of a misalignment of the images on the hub and die at some …RPM 1¢ 1970 to 1989 "Best Of" Varieties. Buffalo 5¢ RPMs Complete. Jefferson 5¢ RPMs Complete. Liberty Seated 10¢ RPMs Complete. Barber 10¢ RPMs Complete. Winged Liberty (Mercury) 10¢ RPMs Complete. Roosevelt 10¢ RPMs. Barber 25¢ RPMs Complete. Standing Liberty 25¢ RPMs Complete.Die varieties such as doubled dies, Repunched mint marks (RPMs), Over Mint Marks (OMMs), Repunched Dates, ... This page presents links to the complete Roosevelt Dime doubled die listings in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. ... If you have a genuine Roosevelt dime doubled die variety that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, ...John Wexler's monthly column, "Varieties Notebook," is driven by reader discoveries of die varieties — doubled dies, repunched Mint marks and more — both old and new.The target area for doubled dies produced on the obverse of these quarters is Washington's earlobe and the hairlines in that immediate area. The target area for the reverse will vary with the design used on the reverse for each individual state. Due to popular demand we are adding our State Quarter doubled die listings to this website.The Wexler Doubled Dies Files were the basis for the doubled dies illustrated in that reference even though they appeared without the “W” prefix that we now use to identify our listings. At that point we had 58 obverse doubled dies listed for just the 1971-S Ike dollars. Not long after ARED was published, the number of obverse doubled dies ...Today I will be going through the process of submitting two 2021 Washington Quarters to John Wexler for verification. Hopefully this will help you through th...The target area for doubled dies on this design is the area around the bottom of Lincoln's ear, the ERTY of LIBERTY, and the date. The reverse of the 2009 Formative Years Lincoln cents shows Lincoln sitting on a log reading a book. ... In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in ...The reverse is a very minor doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1961 25¢ Pr WDDR-001. A very close spread towards the center shows on the branch ends and on some of the letters in QUARTER DOLLAR. Proof $14.95. 1961 25¢ Pr WDDO-004 "Best Of" Variety A nice spread towards the center shows on IGWT and the L in LIBERTY ...Die varieties such as doubled dies, Repunched mint marks (RPMs), Over Mint Marks (OMMs), Repunched Dates, Overdates, ... Click on the following links to view the 2009 Lincoln cent doubled die listings for the Wexler Doubled Die Files: 2009 Early Childhood 1¢ Doubled Dies. 2009-D Early Childhood 1¢ Doubled Dies.... Wexler Doubled Die Files for the years 1938 through 1981. 00 (25% off) 1995 ... Rare Double Die Pennies – 2000 d Doubled Die Reverse Coins, Doubled Dies ...This page provides links to the Kennedy half dollar doubled dies listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. These pages are a work in progress. Check back often to see what has been added. In the listings presented on the following pages, the person listed under "Submitted By" isCrawford: CDDO-001. Wexler: WDDO-001. Coppercoins: 1970S-1DO-001. The 1970 S Doubled Die Obverse 1 is. probably the third rarest ddo known. after the 1958 ddo 1 and 1969 S ddo 1. Considering the existence of the 1970 S. small date, it is safe to assume that rolls. of 1970 S have been adequately.Die Markers: Obverse: Die gouge (dot) in the field south of the left leg of the R in TRUST. Two die gouges (dots) in the field north of the back of the right shoe. Reverse: The reverse of this variety is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1936 50¢ WDDR-001. Half U-shaped die scratch on the eagle's left leg.A doubled die reverse from a 1954 Mercury dime is a basis for comparison. I'd be remiss to ignore the 2004-D Roosevelt dime with what is referred to as an "Extra Ear". This coin has been very controversial, with some feeling that the doubling is the result of a die clash while others think hub doubling (a doubled die).In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety. 2002-P 25¢ LA WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe.The details for the 1992-D Transitional Reverse Design cent are given below. To date only one working die is known to have the transitional reverse design for the 1992 P-Mint cents and two working dies are known to be affected for the 1992 D-Mint cents. This would make the 1992 and 1992-D transitional cents far rarer than their 1988 counterparts.If you have a genuine doubled die variety for that date and mint mark that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, it would most likely be a new listing. In the listings presented on the following pages, the person listed under "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not ...Description: A spread towards the rim shows on LIBERTY. Extra thickness shows on IGWT. Die Markers: Obverse: Large Date Zinc. Vertical die scratches can be found in the field to the left of the shoulder. Reverse: A circular die scratch pattern can be found on the reverse. Submitted By: John A. Wexler. Cross References: None known.Crawford: CDDO-001. Wexler: WDDO-001. Coppercoins: 1963D-1DO-001. This is the strongest class VIII doubled. die in the Lincoln cent series. Doulbling can be seen only on the last. digit of the date. Early die state examples are much more. desirable to collectors than later die.Vertical die scratches can be found in front of the eye. Reverse: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1940 1¢ WDDR-004 with fairly strong extra thickness to EPU, the dots, both wheat ears and stems, the outer letters of USA, and the upper letters of ONE. See that listing for additional details.Old#12.1. Wexler: unknown | FS#: unlisted. Doubled eye lid seen to south of upper eye lid. Reverse is Class 6 doubled die reverse listed as 1909 1DR-009. Wexler: unknown | FS#: unlisted. Nice extra thickness and a separation line show on the motto and the wheat stalks. This doubled die is on a plain (no-VDB) reverse.1946S WDDO-003 Coin#4 CONECA DDO-003 (3-O-VI) Nice Class VI extra thickness shows on IN GOD WE TRUST, LIBERTY, the star and the date. BU You will receive the coin shown in the photos. $12.95. 1946S WDDO-007 Coin#1 Very close Class II doubling shows on IN GOD, the star and the date.Information about the 1972 Doubled Die Obverse 7. 1972 Doubled Die Obverse 7. Fivaz Stanton Numbers: Old FS-1-033.57 New FS-01-1972-107 Breen: Not Listed Coneca: 7-O-I Crawford: CDDO-007 Wexler: WDDO-007 Coppercoins: 1972P-1DO-007. The 1972 DDO 7 shows class I rotated hub doubling. Doubling can be seen on the date, LIBERTY, and IN GOD WEThis book contains 64 doubled dies and 105 RPMs. Only a few new doubled dies were added, but the number of RPMs was easily doubled. For each die variety listed, detailed macro photos make identification much easier. Most of the varieties include multiple photographs showing different details.If you have a genuine doubled die variety for that date and mint mark that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, it would most likely be a new listing. In the listings presented on the following pages, the person listed under "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files.If you have a genuine Roosevelt dime doubled die variety that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, it would most likely be a new listing. In the listings presented on the following pages, the person listed under "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the ...You can contact me via e-mail at [email protected] or by regular mail by writing to: John A. Wexler, P.O. Box 544, Quakertown, PA 18951-0544. I hope you enjoy searching for and collecting die varieties as much as I do. Good luck with all of your collecting endeavors! Visitors since 10/20/2008. The post-1909 overdate doubled die varieties include the 1918/7-D Buffalo nickel, the 1918/7-S Standing Liberty Quarter, the 1942/1 and 1942/1-D Mercury Dimes, and the 1943/2-P Jefferson Nickel. We may never know for sure if they were accidental or intentional, but there is one thing that we do know for sure.It is a classic Class III doubled die variety and is listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1878 $1 WDDR-002. For the collectors of VAM varieties, it is listed as VAM 38. On the Franklin Half dollars there were differences on the eagles on the reverse. The proof dies had one style of eagle and the circulation dies had a different style.Doubled Die Book Vol. 1: 1909-1958: 1957-D DDO-001, 1-O-II-C+IV+VIII: Description: Medium spread on WE TRUST and a spread North on BERTY of LIBERTY and 9 of date. Reported by: John A. Wexler Comments: Stage B Photos: IN: GO of GOD: OD of GOD: WE: TR of TRUST: US of TRUST: ST of TRUST: Eye: Date and Mintmark: LIB of LIBERTY: BER of LIBERTY: RTY ...In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety. 2002-P 25¢ TN WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe. Die Markers: Obverse: None significant.1943-P WDDO-001. Description: Class II + III + V, Distorted, Design and Pivoted Hub Doubling "Best Of" Nickel Doubled Die Varieties. This is known as the 1943 over 2 overdate. A strong spread toward the center shows on IN GOD WE TRUST. In addition, the hub/die is pivoted CW at about 7 o clock with the CW spread evident on WE TRUST and LIBERTY.Wexler's Coins and Die Varieties 1955 1¢ WDDO-001 "Best Of" Variety Description: An extremely strong Class I CCW spread shows on the letters of IGWT, LIBERTY, the date, Lincoln's eyelid, bowtie, coat, and hair. Die Markers: Obverse Stage A: A small die gouge can be found above and between the E and R of LIBERTY.2017-P 25¢ MO WDDO-001 "Best Of" Variety. Description: Significant doubling spread to the south shows on LIBERTY, QUARTER DOLLAR, IGWT, the designer's initials, and the P mint mark. Die Markers: Obverse: A short vertical die gouge can be found below the left side of the E in STATES. A die chip can be found to the left of the designer's ...The Wexler Doubled Dies Files were the basis for the doubled dies illustrated in that reference even though they appeared without the “W” prefix that we now use to identify our listings. At that point we had 58 obverse doubled dies listed for just the 1971-S Ike dollars. Not long after ARED was published, the number of obverse doubled dies ...2004-P WDDO-001 "Best Of" Nickel Doubled Die Varieties. Description: Class IV, Offset Hub Doubling "Best Of" Nickel Doubled Die Varieties. A Class IV spread to the NNE shows on IN GOD WE TRUST, LIBERTY, the star, the date, the designer's initials, Jefferson's eyebrow, and the hair details.1970-D 1¢ WRPM-004. Cross References: CONECA: RPM #2, Coppercoins: 1970D-1MM-002, Crawford: CRPM-001. Comments: This variety also has an obverse doubled die listed as 1970-D 1¢ WDDO-017. Earlier die states show much stronger evidence of the secondary D to the south. We would welcome the opportunity to photograph an early die state specimen of ...Wexler's Coins and Die Varieties Mechanical doubling is probably the most common form of doubling on U.S. coins and the form of doubling most often confused with doubled dies, …Kim Wexler's Better Call Saul ending could have gone a number of ways, but the ending of Jimmy McGill's story meant she was too valuable to die. As Better Call Saul's final season began, serious doubts hung over Kim's hopes of survival.Entirely absent throughout Breaking Bad, Rhea Seehorn's character faced an uphill battle to reach the end of Better Call Saul season 6 in one piece.The obverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1970-S 1¢ Pr WDDO-031. A very close spread towards the center shows on the date, LIBERTY, and IGWT. A light die scratch runs NNW/SSE on the upper part of the nose. Reverse: Light die scratches can be found in the upper half of the first Memorial bay. Submitted By: John A ...Wexler: WDDR-001 Coppercoins: 1994P-1DR-001. The 1994 Doubled Die Reverse (DDR)is a result of a Class IV doubling, or "offset hub dubbling". Doubling can be seen with the naked eye between the last three columns of the Lincoln Memorial. It is one of the strongest reverse doubled dies in theIn the Wexler Die Variety Files we refer to it as Washington Quarter Reverse Design #1 (WQRD-001). This reverse is somewhat low in relief and is usually identified by close spacing between the bottoms of the E and S in STATES. The proof design is often referred to as the "Type B Reverse", or WQRD-002 in my files, and is characterized by a much ...In the following listings the person listed as "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not necessarily the person who originally discovered the variety. 2006-P 25¢ CO WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe. Die Markers:Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1951 1¢ Pr WDDO-001B. Reverse: Small die gouges can be found above and to the left of the 2nd dot. A horizontal die gouge can be found to the right of the upper right wheat at about 2:30. The bottom of the right wheat stem is very weak from die abrading.Intrigued by my first doubled die discovery I started researching the variety type. The very next year in 1972 the various 1972 doubled dies were produced by the U.S. Mint and I was hooked. During the 1970's and early 1980's I served as "Hubbing Variety Statistician" for CONE, and I also began writing for CONEs club publication Errorgram.Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled die files as 2004-P 25¢ WI WDDO-002. Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe. A die crack runs across the left side of the base of the bust extending into the field above the U in QUARTER. ...Die varieties such as doubled dies, Repunched mint marks (RPMs), Over Mint Marks (OMMs), Repunched Dates, ... This page presents links to the complete Roosevelt Dime doubled die listings in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. ... If you have a genuine Roosevelt dime doubled die variety that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, ...If you have a genuine doubled die variety for that date and mint mark that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, it would most likely be a new listing. In the listings presented on the following pages, the person listed under "Submitted By" is the person who sent the coin for listing in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. It is not ...Varieties such as these are known as Over Mint Mark ( OMM) varieties. Here we see a 1944-D Lincoln cent with a very nice OMM variety. It has a D punched over an S. It is listed as 1944-D 1¢ WOMM-001. This 1946-S Lincoln cent features an OMM variety that has an S punched over a D. It is listed as 1946-S 1¢ WOMM-001.Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is also a doubled die that is listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1943-S 1¢ WDDO-009. An extra eyelid can be found under the front of the normal eyelid. A long die scratch runs SE from the bottom left of the R in LIBERTY. A long die scratch runs SSE from the bottom of the T in LIBERTY.Wexler: WDDO-001 Coppercoins: Not Listed The 1958 Doubled Die Obverse 1 is the rarest ddo in the Lincoln Cent series. Only two examples are known; a PCGS MS64RD and a PCGS MS65RD. Bold doubling can be seen on IN GOD WE TRUST, LIBERTY, and on the date. The coin pictured to the left is the MS64RD example. Images courtesy of Mike PrintzThe reverse is a very minor doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1961 25¢ Pr WDDR-001. A very close spread towards the center shows on the branch ends and on some of the letters in QUARTER DOLLAR. Proof $14.95. 1961 25¢ Pr WDDO-004 "Best Of" Variety A nice spread towards the center shows on IGWT and the L in LIBERTY ...1946-P,D,S 10¢ WWHO-001 Doubled Working Hub. Description: A spread towards the center shows on the date, the designer's initials, and slightly on IGWT. Die Markers: Obverse: Will vary on the individual working dies.Reverse: Will vary on the individual working dies. Submitted By: Various individuals Cross References: None known Comments: Doubling from this doubled working hub can be found on ...Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1963-D 25¢ WDDO-004. Doubling shows on the lower right side of the 6 in the date. A die scratch runs ESE from the top right of the second T in TRUST.The result was a transitional reverse design variety for the 1988 Lincoln cents that could be described as a "1988 Lincoln cent with the reverse of 1989.". Since that initial discovery seven different transitional working dies have been identified for the 1988 P-Mint cents in the Wexler Die Variety Files. They are identified as 1988 1 .... Reverse: The reverse is also a doubled die listed in the Wexler DouA die gouge can be found to the right of the bot 1940-D 10¢ WRPM-001 "Best Of" Variety. Description: D/D North. Die Markers: Obverse: A short die gouge protrudes from the bottom right of the L in LIBERTY. Reverse: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1940-D 10¢ WDDR-004. A short, vertical die gouge can be found above the N in ONE. The RPM is very minor in contrast to the doubled die s Important Note: The listings for the 2017-P Lincoln cent obverse doubled dies have changed drastically thanks to some serious heads up work by die variety collector Tanner Scott.We both suspected that at least one doubled working hub was responsible for the numerous look alike varieties. Tanner was able to identify two different doubled working hubs for the 2017-P Lincoln cent obverse doubled ...The Encyclopedia of Doubled Dies, combined Volume 1&2 edition, the 1992 Ken Potter Authorized C.O.N.E.C.A. reprint of the 1978 & 1981 publications. Excellent condition. Comb binding. John A. Wexler. Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die liste...

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