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  • It is hard to say without seeing a photo of the coin and a copy of the certificate. 1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles were indeed initially struck with a high-relief dye and are very rare. They measure 34mm in diameter, not 10mm.

    If you can...
    It is hard to say without seeing a photo of the coin and a copy of the certificate. 1907 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles were indeed initially struck with a high-relief dye and are very rare. They measure 34mm in diameter, not 10mm.

    If you can post images of the coin and the certificate it would be easier to see exactly what coin you have.
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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, 1920 penny
    The penny was most likely zinc-plated at some time which is very easy to do. If you want to be sure it's nothing special you would have to take it to a coin expert.
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  • Hi, James. The proof strikes are worth $100 and are relatively rare. Circulated specimens can fetch a few cents to a few dollars depending on condition. Regarding the double-dye, it's easy to spot since it looks like a mirror-image duplicate of the lettering on the coin.

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  • Coin Values replied to a discussion, Coin value
    Your images are not showing, but it is most likely that your coin is a double-struck or double-dye wheat penny. Double-dye coins can feature partially duplicated images caused by errors in the original mold while double-struck coins are actually... Your images are not showing, but it is most likely that your coin is a double-struck or double-dye wheat penny. Double-dye coins can feature partially duplicated images caused by errors in the original mold while double-struck coins are actually stuck twice. You should take the coin to a local coin shop for more information. More
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