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1995 1¢ WDDO-001          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  A strong Class V CCW spread from a pivot at about 4:00 shows on LIBERTY, IGWT, the hair at the top and back of the head especially around the ear, Lincoln’s eyelid, and slightly on the 19 of the date.

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A:  Small die gouge at vest south of first 9.  Die gouge (dot) between two 9’s.  Short die scratch NNE from hair midway between WE and TRUST.  Obverse Stage B:  Significant die pitting shows on the left side of the obverse, especially around LIBERTY.  Obverse Stage C:  Same as Stage B.  Obverse Stage D:  Numerous die scratches SW to NE throughout the obverse.  A pre-die chip raised area in the lower R of LIBERTY.  A small die chip on the upper left T of LIBERTY and a pre-die chip raised area on the left side of the T in LIBERTY.  A small die chip on the upper inside of the 2nd 9.  A die crack runs down the back of the ear to the neck and curves north through the hair.  Die crack SSE from the back of the lower lip.  Obverse Stage E:  The die chip in the upper 2nd 9 is larger.  Reverse Stage A:  Rough die surface around NT of CENT and FG.  Die gouge (dot) left of lower 2nd A in AMERICA.  Die chips on upper 1st column and middle of 2nd column.  Die crack on roof above 5th and 6th columns.  Reverse Stage B:  Same as Stage A.  Reverse Stage C:  Second reverse die.  Small die gouge above left end of Memorial base.  Short, vertical die scratch between lower O and N of ONE.  Reverse Stage D:  Third reverse die.  Die scratch NNW from center left side of 2nd column.  Short, vertical die scratch between A and T of STATES.  Reverse Stage E:  Short, vertical die gouge to left of upper 2nd A in AMERICA.  Die gouge to right of bottom of E in STATES.

Submitted By:  Dr. Gerald Fishman

Cross References:  CONECA: 1-O-V, Cherrypickers: FS-01-1995-101 (040), Crawford: CDDO-001, Coppercoins: 1995P-1DO-001
















1995 1¢ WDDO-002         "Best Of" Variety

Description:  A Class V CW spread from a pivot at about 3:00 shows on LIBERTY, the date, the letters of IGWT, the front fold of the vest, and the front fold of Lincoln’s shoulder.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Short die gouge west from upper 1 in date.  Reverse:  Two die gouges west from lower left Memorial.

Submitted By:  Felix Dausilio

Cross References:  CONECA: 2-O-V, Crawford: CDDO-002, Coppercoins: 1995P-1DO-002








1995 1¢ WDDO-003

Description:  An extremely close Class II spread towards the center shows on the TRU of TRUST.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  None significant.

Submitted By:  Jennifer Casazza

Cross References:  None known




1995 1¢ WDDO-004

Description:  An extremely close Class II spread towards the center shows on the right side of the date with a notch on the lower left of the one, and on the left side of the LIBER in LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Small die gouge (dot) SE of the R in TRUST.  Die gouge (dot) well east of the nose and inward from the rim at about 2:00.  Reverse:  Die gouge south from the bottom of the steps below the right post.

Submitted By:  Peter Beane

Cross References:  None known













1995 1¢ WDDR-001

Description:  Extra thickness shows on the designer’s initials.  A close spread towards the center shows on the right Memorial base.  A notch can be seen on the bottom left of the 2nd A in AMERICA.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None noted.  Reverse:  Small die gouge between the lower T and E in UNITED.  Die scratch inside the top of the R in AMERICA.

Submitted By:  Peter Beane

Cross References:  None known










1995 1¢ WDDR-002

Description:  Doubling shows on the upper left side of the 2nd Memorial column.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  None significant.

Submitted By:  Brian Allen

Cross References:  None known




1995 1¢ WDDR-003          “Best Of” Variety

Description:  Extra columns can be found in the 10th and 11th Memorial bays.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A short die gouge extends SW from the bottom of the one in the date.  Reverse:  A small die gouge can be found inside the upper N in UNITED.  A small die gouge can be found to the right of the lower I in UNITED.

Submitted By:  Marvin L. Young

Cross References:  None known

Comments:  This is a replacement listing.  The original listing was a “wavy steps” variety.  These are no longer considered to be doubled dies.








1995 1¢ WDDR-004         Listing Needed

Comments:  The original listing was a “wavy steps” variety.  These are no longer considered to be doubled dies.

1995 1¢ WDDR-005

Description:  The ceiling at the top of the 7th bay is doubled at an angle.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None noted.  Reverse:  Die scratches WSW/ENE through the STA in STATES.  E/W die scratches through PLURIBUS.  Die scratches SE from the T in CENT.

Submitted By:  Tony Russo

Cross References:  CONECA: I-R-VIII










1995 1¢ WDDR-006

Description:  The ceiling at the top of the 7th bay is doubled at an angle.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die gouge can be found well south of the R in LIBERTY.  Reverse:  A die gouge can be found to the right of the upper 2nd T in STATES.

Submitted By:  Tony Russo

Cross References:  CONECA: 2-R-VIII








1995 1¢ WDDR-007         Listing Needed

Comments:  The original listing was a “wavy steps” variety.  These are no longer considered to be doubled dies.

1995 1¢ WDDR-008         Listing Needed

Comments:  The original listing was a “wavy steps” variety.  These are no longer considered to be doubled dies.

1995 1¢ WDDR-009

Description:  Angled doubling to the Memorial ceiling shows on the top right side of the 6th Memorial bay.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die scratch extends SSW from the rim to the right of the 2nd T in TRUST.  Reverse:  Two short, vertical die scratches can be found between the C and A in AMERICA.  A small die gouge can be found to the left of the bottom of the T in UNITED.  A die crack runs from the lower left C of CENT SSW to the rim.  A die crack runs from the top of the 4th Memorial column north through the A of STATES to the rim.

Submitted By:  Tony Russo

Cross References:  CONECA: 3-R-VIII










1995 1¢ WDDR-010        "Best Of" Variety

Description:  An extra column appears in the 11th Memorial bay and a small partial extra column can be found at the bottom of the 10th Memorial bay.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  A small die gouge can be found inside the upper D of UNITED.  A die gouge extends NW from the top of the 2nd T in STATES.  A small die gouge (dot) can be found to the right of the upper T in CENT.  A short die scratch runs WSW to ENE below the N of UNUM.  A small die gouge (dot) can be found to the left of the center of the C in CENT.

Submitted By:  Joe Koelling

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDR-004










1995 1¢ WDDR-011         "Best Of" Variety

Description:  An extra column can be found in the 1st Memorial bay and partial extra columns can be found in the 2nd and 3rd Memorial bays.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Four parallel die scratches run from WSW to ENE below the TR in LIBERTY.  Two nearly parallel die scratches run SW from the lower left and lower right of the O in GOD.  A long die scratch runs ENE from the top of the chin.  A long die scratch runs ENE from the top right of the 1st 9 in the date.  Numerous die scratches run from WSW to ENE to the left of, through, and below the 19 in the date.  Numerous other die scratches can be found on the obverse.  Reverse:  A die scratch runs SE from the lower right T in CENT to the rim.  A die scratch runs NNW from the top right of the T in CENT.  A heavy and nearly horizontal die scratch can be found in the field below the left side of the steps.  Several other die scratches running mostly west to east can be found between the bottom of the Memorial and ONE CENT.

Submitted By:  Billy G. Crawford

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDR-005