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    Answered: Is that doubling I see?

    Do I see doubling on "LIBERTY" & "IN GOD" ?Snap_001.jpgSnap_002.jpgSnap_003.jpgSnap_004.jpg

  2. "There is no additional thickness to the letters.
    So I would say either plating or circulation .
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    There is no additional thickness to the letters.
    So I would say either plating or circulation .
    Last edited by Petespockets55; 10-11-2018 at 04:55 AM.

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    I agree with Cliff (Petespockets55), your coin has a lot of plating disturbance that might be making the devices look thicker to you. Also the lower G of GOD looks like it took a hit that has flattened it some and the OD of GOD appears to be a circulation hit at the bottom.

    Here's a link of what to look for on 1990P's
    http://doubleddie.com/398701.html

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    I would have to agree with both. You have definite plating issues and ciruculation problems, a hit.

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    Thanks for the link. While this site and others are great resources for what's been found, if you only look for what's already been found you'll never find anything new

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    I call that my pair of doilies Here is the definition from our Glossary -

    Pareidolia: The phenomenon where people see patterns or objects in otherwise random data. People often “see” extra design elements that aren’t really there in a coin’s damaged areas, plating blisters, stains, etc.

    All of us see things this way from time to time!!!
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    (A.K.A. Elmer Fudd) Be verwy verwy quiet... I'm hunting coins!!! Good Hunting!!!

 

 

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