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Double die declaration


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Are there any tricks or better ways to check a coin to see if it really is a double die strike? Redbook shows an example and in looking at the ‘43S Washington I found yesterday I tend to lean towards it could be one. Almost a dead ringer for the example but this one has some use so not definitive.


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Had a friend who dabbles in coins. In God we Trust doesnt show anything but the date numbers semi suspicious. Ref to professional dealer in Spokane….