Double Die

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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The process of creaming honey takes place using a Pierre Guerin Homogeniser fitted with a smoother style head and a double die obturator, which smoothes and softens the honey, making a perfect honey cream.
WHAT: Cost-minimized Double Die DRAM Packaging for Ultra-High Performance DDR3 and DDR4 Multi-Rank Server DIMMs
Lincoln Cent (bearing the initials of Victor David Brenner, the coin's designer) graded Proof-65 Red (out of a possible grade of 70) by PCGS that sold for $46,000, and Lot 99, a 1917 Double Die Obverse Lincoln Cent in PCGS MS-66 Red that realized $48,300.
Of special note, an impressive 1916 Double Die Buffalo Nickel (lot #1013 in the Las Vegas Collection) graded AU55 by NGC brought $36,800 as compared to the current wholesale Greysheet bid of $27,600, and a lustrous 1794 Flowing Hair Half Dollar (lot #2204) graded AU50 by PCGS was sold for $73,600 as compared to the current wholesale Greysheet bid of $45,000.
Lot 3224, the 1955 Lincoln cent double die in MS 65 Red PCGS sold for $29,900 on a presale estimate of $18,000-$22,000.
There are about 500 mint state examples of the famous 1955 double die Lincoln cent and they sell for approximately $2,000 to $20,000, depending on the quality.
Moreover, its integrated freewheeling (antiparallel) diode, afforded by the IGBT's double die assembly and virtually unique for an IGBT, saves space and cost.
Aridjis's angels bring to light human qualities of mind and suggest mechanisms for how humans block their own self-awareness, often because an excess of knowledge is unbearable: "An angel who has seen its own double dies / because it turns into itself and its material / counterpart," thus suggesting that the spiritual is truly endangered by too much contact with the material.
When his double dies from a heart attack (due to excess living), the real Napoleon tries to convince those around him, including a disbelieving Pumpkin, that he is in fact the emperor.