1971 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent Auctions for $5640! One of the More Common Varieties to Search For

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Thanks again for joining in for another awesome Heritage CSNS auction sale. For this highlight, we take a look at one of the more popular and easier to find doubled die varieties. I've found a number of them coin roll hunting. Why did this example sell for so much?

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21 Comments on “1971 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent Auctions for $5640! One of the More Common Varieties to Search For”

  1. I’d love to find just one DDR OR DDO. sometimes I think I’m looking to hard and sometimes not hard enough

    1. They are out there- we went through 3000 Wheaties and only found a few. Recently we found 1 in a CRH of halves-$100 was all we went through! Keep at it, you’ll get one! HH

  2. Dude, I am about to send some serious coins in!!! I think it got the grade for the strength of the strike, but I have about 5 of these with a lot more mint luster! CRAZY!?!?

  3. The doubling on this example is seriously evident, and beautiful; but seriously- no examples higher than MS66…?

  4. There is no way that coin is MS66 Red. The owner of this coin lucked out in that the PCGS grader got out of the wrong side of the bed and hurried out the door not having ate his Wheaties and missed his eye appointment! Well, more money to the fortunate seller haha!!

  5. thanks for the video it C is always nice to have as much info as possible about the coins not you can have , wink wink , but also which ones to look out for .
    Your right they are findable. And they are out there.
    well there is one less out there now.

  6. after viewing many of your videos, I have come to the conclusion that you would make a great professional grader. cheers

  7. You have me hooked on penny roll diving, and just last week I found a 78 D with multiple die cracks and anomalies I have never seen before, the reverse is a real rodeo!

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