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Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe. Die Markers: Obverse: A die crack arcs from the bottom left point of the bust to the center right Q of QUARTER. Reverse: A die crack runs from the bottom right corner of the grass out to the rim to the right of the M in UNUM. Die varieties such as doubled dies, Repunched ...Double pneumonia, defined by Medicine Net as a pneumonia infection in at least one lung lobe in both the right and left lungs, is quite serious and potentially lethal. Any persistent respiratory illness should be evaluated by a doctor as so...A real 1955 doubled die cent has signs of dramatic doubling in the date as well as the lettering. However, a poor man’s example has much less dramatic “doubling” and this doubling is only really seen around the last ‘5’ in the date. When buying a 1955 doubled die penny, your best bet is to buy an example certified by a major coin ...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 ...Submitted By: John A. Wexler. Cross References: CONECA: RPM #1 Cross References: None known. 1946-D 25¢ WRPM-015. Description: D/D Tilted (Rotated) Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1946-D 25¢ WDDO-002. A CW spread from a pivot at about 2:00 shows on IGWT.Die Markers: Obverse Stage A: Strong scratch south from the S of the designer's initials. Obverse Stage B: Large die chip on the nose above the nostril. Reverse Stage A: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die files as 1963 10¢ WDDR-025. A strong CCW spread from a pivot at 2:00 shows strong on UNITED and E PLU of EPU.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. 1999-P 25¢ PA WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe.The 2013-P Maryland Fort McHenry quarter doubled die listed by Wexler as WDDR-003 is probably the best for this series. It shows extensive doubling in the fireworks above the fort. Some of the varieties also show it on the flag to a good degree. The 2013-P Mount Rushmore doubled dies all involve doubling of Jefferson’s nose.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.Class IV doubled die found on the obverse of a 1984-P Lincoln cent. Notice that the doubling is shifted directly to the south. ... John Wexler writes," Class IX. God Only Knows - This class of doubling is for those doubled dies that are simply unexplained. It is for those extremely few doubled dies that defy logic and common sense. It is ...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. 2009-S Early Childhood 1¢ Doubled Dies. 2009 Formative Years 1¢ Obverse Doubled Dies. 2009 Formative Years 1¢ Reverse Doubled DiesThe 1969-S Lincoln cent obverse doubled die listed as 1969-S 1¢ WDDO-001 is an extremely rare and popular variety. Following you will see photos of the genuine doubled die doubling on the date, and you will also see mechanical doubling on the date of a different 1969-S Lincoln cent.Wexler's Coins and Die Varieties Probably the easiest class of doubled dies to explain and to understand is the Class III doubled die variety. This is also the class of doubled dies with one of the fewest known number of documented varieties for each denomination and series.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. 2008-P 25¢ OK WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe.When planning a day out with your children, a double stroller is a must-have addition to your outing. Your children will have a place to rest, and the stroller’s storage area is convenient for stowing your personal items and shopping bags.Wexler: WDDO-001 Coppercoins: 1909P-1DO-001. The 1909 V.D.B. Doubled Die Obverse (DDO) is a result of a Class IV doubling, or "offset hub dubbling". Instead of the image being rotated, such as the 1955 doubled die, the image is shifted, in this case horizontally.The die gouge below the N of IN is gone while the die gouge to the right of the lower lip is much stronger. Obverse Stage C: All Stage A die scratches are now barely visible or completely missing. The die gouge to the right of the lower lip remains very strong. Reverse: The reverse of this variety is also a doubled die listed as 1963 1¢ WDDR ...Here we see the doubling on the 1964 Lincoln cent doubled die that we have listed as 1964 1¢ WDDO-007. Notice how the doubling on the letters of IN are spread towards the rim. The variety also shows a CCW spread to the doubling. This is the doubling seen on the Class VIII 1963 Washington Quarter doubled die reverse that we have listed as 1963 ...If you have a genuine Barber quarter 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 ...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.In MS65RD, the 1995 Doubled Die Cent is a $45 coin. It remains widely available into the MS66RD and MS67RD grade points, where specimens fetch $70 and $80, respectively. However, the coin is decidedly far rarer in MS69RD, with fewer than two dozen specimens in PCGS holders. It is at this finest-known threshold that the record-setting piece ...Lincoln 1¢ WIMMs Complete. Liberty Head (V) 5¢ WIMMs Complete. Jefferson 5¢ WIMMs Complete. Winged Liberty (Mercury) 10¢ IMMs Complete. Washington 25¢ WIMMs Complete.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. 2007-P 25¢ MT WDDO-001. Description: Doubling shows on the underside of Washington's earlobe.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 ...Wexler: WDDO-001 Coppercoins: 1909P-1DO-001. The 1909 V.D.B. Doubled Die Obverse (DDO) is a result of a Class IV doubling, or "offset hub dubbling". Instead of the image being rotated, such as the 1955 doubled die, the image is shifted, in this case horizontally. Doubling can be seenDie varieties such as doubled dies, Repunched mint marks (RPMs), Over Mint Marks (OMMs), Repunched Dates, Overdates, coin design varieties, as well as regular coins …Please send payment to: John A. Wexler, P.O. Box 544, Quakertown, PA 18951-0544. Any single coin may be returned within 14 days of your receipt of the item as long as the coin has not been removed from the 2x2 or the slab in which it was shipped.1948-S 1¢ WDDO-004. Description: An extra eyelid can be found just below the normal eyelid. Die Markers: Obverse: A die scratch runs north from the top of the chin. Die scratches run south from the underside of the chin. Reverse: Die scratches run N/S through the right side of the T in CENT. Submitted By: Bill Wilson. Cross References: None known.Die Markers: Obverse Stage A: The obverse is a minor doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1943-D 1¢ WDDO-010 showing an extra eyelid south of the normal eyelid. A long die gouge can be found below the L of LIBERTY. A circular die scratch pattern can be found above the back of Lincoln's collar.The site includes die varieties such as doubled dies, RPMs, OMMs, overdates, and other mint mark varieties. The die varieties are assigned Coppercoins.com die variety numbers which are cross-referenced to Wexler, Crawford, and CONECA whenever possible.The correct term is “doubled die”. On genuine doubled dies the doubling is on the die that strikes the coins, hence the term “doubled die”. If you are an honest person and are selling doubled dies, you have the responsibility to make sure that you are selling the real thing and not one of the worthless common forms of doubling. We urge ...CONECA, Crawford, VCR, Wexler: Doubled Die Reverse #54 - Matte Uncirculated. The incuse characters of LAND OF 10,000 LAKES are affected by Strike Doubling that takes on the appearance of hub doubling because those characters are incuse. The Strike Doubling on MINNESOTA and 1858 take on the flat, shelf-likeThis 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.2009-S Early Childhood 1¢ Doubled Dies. 2009 Formative Years 1¢ Obverse Doubled Dies. 2009 Formative Years 1¢ Reverse Doubled Dies. 2009-D Formative Years 1¢ Reverse Doubled Dies. 2009-S Formative Years 1¢ Reverse Doubled Dies. 2009 Professional Life 1¢ Doubled Dies. 2009 Presidency In Washington 1¢ Doubled Dies.That second master die was produced with minor doubling. It is estimated that the doubled master die was created somewhere around April or May of 1972. All of the Lincoln cents struck by working dies that descended from the doubled master die show this minor doubling.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 Lincoln Cent Doubled Die by John A. Wexler. This classic 1984 book is still used by many today. The 226 pages (5.5 x 8.5 inches) feature over 200 Lincoln cent doubled die varieties known at that time profusely illustrated with over 550 photos. The Authoritative Reference on Lincoln Cents - 2nd Edition by John A. Wexler and Kevin Flynn ...This page presents links to the complete American Silver Eagle doubled die listings in the Wexler Doubled Die Files. Check back often to see what has been added. If you have a genuine American Silver Eagle doubled die variety that does not match any of the illustrated varieties, it would most likely be a new listing and I would welcome the ...Submitted By: Brian Ribar (Stage A) and John A. Wexler (Stage B) Cross References: CONECA: RPM #9. 1964-D 50¢ WRPM-006. Description: D/D North. Die Markers: Obverse: The obverse is a doubled die variety listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1964-D 50¢ WDDO-003. A very strong tripled CCW spread from a pivot at about 11:00 shows on LIBERTY ...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.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.Comments: The photo of this variety was taken by John S. Gillilan for the Wexler RPM Files. 1934-D 10¢ WRPM-001 "Best Of" Variety. Description: D/D North. Die Markers: Obverse: LDS. A die crack runs from the base of the bust to the rim at about 6:30. A die crack runs from the wing to the rim to the left of the in LIBERTY. Reverse: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. 2013-P 25¢ MD WDDR-001 "Best Of" VarietyThe 1984 doubled die DDO 1. The 1994 doubled die DDR 1. The 1995 D doubled die DDO 3. The 1995 doubled die DDO 1. The 1997 doubled die DDO 1. The 2006 doubled die DDO 3. The 2006 doubled die DDO 4. The 2009 doubled die reverses. The above list represents only a handful of the hundreds of Lincoln Cent Doulbed Dies (DDO's)This 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 …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. 2009-S 1¢ Pr EC WDDR-001 "Best Of" Variety. Description: Doubling shows on the top right side of log ends #5, #6, #7, and #8. Die ...For the Wexler Files a UFO die variety is an Unidentified Fascinating Oddity. These do not fit into the typical categories of varieties such as doubled dies or repunched mint marks, however, there is something unusual about the variety …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.Lincoln 1¢ WIMMs Complete. Liberty Head (V) 5¢ WIMMs Complete. Jefferson 5¢ WIMMs Complete. Winged Liberty (Mercury) 10¢ IMMs Complete. Washington 25¢ WIMMs Complete.Description: An extra eyelidcan be found above the normal eyelid. Die Markers: Obverse: A die clash can be seen at the front ofthe throat. Reverse: The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Filesas 1943 1¢ WDDR-015. Strong extrathickness shows on EPU, the dots, both wheat ears, and both wheat stems.Comments: The photos of this variety were taken by John Bordner for the Wexler Doubled Die Files. 1930 1¢ WDDO-002. Description: An extra eyelid can be seen south of the main eyelid. Die Markers: Obverse: A die gouge (dot) shows on the forehead below the hairline.Where To Send Your Coins. Send all U.S. doubled die varieties EXCEPT 5¢ doubled dies to: Temporarily Unavailable. Send all U.S. 5¢ doubled die varieties to: Brian Ribar, 2053 Edith Place, Merrick, NY 11566-3306. E-Mail: [email protected] is the co-creator of Error-Variety News, a monthly magazine dedicated to errors and die varieties, and author of The RPM Book and The Lincoln Cent Doubled Die, both considered among the standard references on their respective subjects. His work has appeared in several numismatic publications including Numismatic News, and Coins.The 1995 Lincoln cent obverse doubled die variety listed as 1995 1¢ WDDO-001 in our files (Obverse Die #1) was produced in the same fashion as the movement we described to create Figure 2. The pivot point was at approximately 4:00. Very little doubling shows on the date. Moving CCW from the pivot point the doubling increases and is strongest ...This 470 page book has extensive sections on doubled dies and RPMs. The RPM chapter illustrates all of the Top 100 Lincoln cent RPM varieties as featured in The Complete Price Guide and Cross Reference to Lincoln Cent Mint Mark Varieties by Brian Allen and John A. Wexler which was published in 1999.In a later follow-up article I noted that eight more doubled dies had been reported including one rather nice one that was listed by John Wexler as WDDR-008. Since then the listings have swelled to a total of 60 doubled die reverse varieties that I know of; Wexler lists 59 total and James Wiles, CONECA's attributer for 20/21st century die ...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 most recent updates to this website include: The addition of information and photos for the following doubled die varieties: 1923 1¢ WDDO-003, 1937-S 1¢ WDDO-002, 1937-S 1¢ WDDR-001 and WDDR-002, 1939 1¢ WDDO-002 through WDDO-010, 2021-P 25¢ DE WDDR-002 (Photo Corrected) and WDDR-004 through WDDR-005, 1878 $1 WDDO-001 through WDDO-010, WDDR-...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 ...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. 2013-P 25¢ MD WDDR-001 "Best Of" Variety2004-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.2009 1¢ FY WDDR-006. These photos show several examples of doubling on logs and fingers that appear on the 2009 Early Childhood and Formative Years Lincoln cent reverse design doubled die coins. 2009 1¢ PL WDDR-002. 2009 1¢ PW WDDR-001. The Professional Life reverse shows doubling in windows of the second story, while the only doubled 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.The reverse is a doubled die listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1961 10¢ Pr WDDR-008. A CW spread from a pivot at about 1:00 shows on UNITED, E PLURIB, ONE, and the lower olive branch and leaves. Proof $29.95. 1961 10¢ Pr WDDR-001 A spread toward the center shows on ONE DIME, UNUM, outer leaves on the right side, AMERICA and the right ...The 1969-S Lincoln cent obverse doubled die listed as 1969-S 1¢ WDDO-001 is an extremely rare and popular variety. Following you will see photos of the genuine doubled die doubling on the date, and you will also see mechanical doubling on the date of a different 1969-S Lincoln cent.That second master die was produced with minor doubling. It is estimated that the doubled master die was created somewhere around April or May of 1972. All of the Lincoln cents struck by working dies that descended from the doubled master die show this minor doubling.This reference covers the known doubled dies, RPMs, repunched dates, and misplaced dates for this series in 200 (8.5 x 11 inch) pages. It also includes a date-by-date analysis of the coins in this series. Treasure Hunting Franklin and Kennedy Half Dollar Doubled Dies by Kevin Flynn and John A. Wexler.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 person who originally discovered the variety. 1913 5¢ Complete. 1913-D 5¢ Complete. 1914 5¢ Complete. 1915 5¢ Complete. 1916 5¢ Complete. 1917 5 .... Die Markers: Obverse Stage A: The obverse is also a doubled die lisWexler is sometimes referred to as the father of modern di Doubling typically has a rounded appearance. When the hubbing impressions are extremely close, the doubled die may only be recognizable from notched serifs and corners, subtle separation lines, or extra thickness. Other big examples include 1972 1c DDO-001; 1969S 1c DDO-001; 1934 25c DDO-001. Class 2 (II) Distorted Hub Doubling: The next class ...Doubled die varieties listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files are listed with numbers such as 1955-D 1¢ WDDO-001 . The first two items give the date, Mint, and the denomination. In this case we would be referring to a 1955 D-Mint cent. The W in WDDO refers to the fact that it is a listing in the Wexler Files. 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