1858 DDO-005

1858 DDO-005

Attributed to: Del Romines

Cross-references
S4

Design: Large Letters
Composition: Copper Nickel
Strike Type: Circulation

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Variety Summary

It seems much easier to find 1857 Flying Eagle doubled die obverses than in 1858. The most likely reason for this is that the Mint was rushed in 1858.

Additional Notes

Obverse

Class I, Rotated Hub Doubling CW.
Doubling shows as a CW spread on ICA of AMERICA, the beak and eye. Doubling also seen on parts of UNITED STATES, AME of AMERICA, and the tail feathers.

Heavy die scratch coming out of the left side of the lower loop of the first 8 in the date. LDS - Die crack through the top of TE of UNITED to the rim.

Reverse

High leafs.

More Info

Finders:

1858 FND N/A

Poliquin:

1858 P N/A

Snow:

1858 S4

Breen:

Breen N/A

Marvin and Margolis:

MM N/A