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more pics and info to help with wheat ddo

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I'm not seeing anything on your pics.  Maybe there is some die deterioration doubling, which is common and doesn't add any value.  There is a big difference between a doubled die that occurred during the die making process, and DDD due to a worn die, or MD caused by a loose die in the press.

Wexler has a good explanation on his site.  



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