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Single Squeeze Hubbing ATB Class 4

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It's been a long time since anything other then class 8 doubling has been found on the obverse side, of any Quarters . Sure is nice to see something different ( class 4 ) .

Description: Extra thickness and notching shows on IGWT, the mint mark, QUARTER DOLLAR, and slightly on AMERICA.

Here's the link to this DDO . http://doubleddie.com/2422758.html



















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Great example, if your intent on finding one. What I mean is, if you know what your looking for and have a 10X  loupe in hand, you might find one. Hand me a raw one and ask if there is anything special about this coin, I'd probably have no idea. Nice pictures btw.

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What is the official ruling from the variety community on this; are we still operating under the assumption that these doubled dies are actually single squeeze creations? I don't understand how they could be.

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As far as I know, single-squeeze is the law of the land. They aren't doing double-hubbing anymore. However, there are clearly still doubled dies.... so, somehow, the single squeeze is making doubles. We just have to figure out how. 

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