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This year's cents are much better known for their yield in repunched mint marks than in doubled dies. Although there are some pretty nice doubled dies, the number and quality pale in comparison to their one-letter counterparts.
obverse - Other than for a few notable cases, doubled dies should be expected to be limited in number and scope. In general, pay attention to the L in LIBERTY, the eyelid area, and to the motto. Do not be fooled by very light doubling in the WE area, as this is a common anomaly caused by a master die.
reverse - For Philadelphia minted cents this is a year with a few very nice reverse doubled dies and little else to report. Although the ones with nice spread are very noticeable, they also tend to be somewhat common. Class 5 and class 6 seem to fit the general majority of reverse doubled dies this year.
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