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Double Die

In numismatics, a situation in which the engraving on a coin appears to have been stamped twice. This may affect the value of the coin for collectors.
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From misalignments and doubled die marks to doubled mintmarks and more, discussion opens with error explanations and covers how to locate them and what they mean for a coin's increased collectible value.
Another spectacular lot that sold in Baltimore was Lot 683, a 1916 Buffalo Nickel Doubled Die Obverse in PCGS MS-64 that realized $316,250.