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2011 1¢ WDDO-001

Description:  Extra thickness shows on the digits of the date with notches in the lower left corners.  Some extra thickness also shows on the ERTY of LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A:  A die scratch runs from SSW to NNE above the 2 in the date.  Two parallel die scratches run from NNW to SSE below the 2 in the date.  A die scratch runs SW from the center of the second one in the date.  Obverse Stage B:  A die crack curves from WSW to ENE through the hair at the top of the head.  A die crack runs from west to east through the hair above the forehead.  Another die crack runs from WNW to ESE through the hair above the forehead.  A die crack runs NW through the eyebrow and then turns NNW into the forehead.  Reverse Stage A:  First Reverse – A short die gouge runs NE from the upper right 2nd T in STATES.  Short die gouges running from WSW to ENE can be found between the L, U, R, I, and B in PLURIBUS.  Die scratches run from NW to SE through the upper left and lower right of the N in UNUM.  Reverse Stage B:  Second Reverse - Two parallel die gouges run from SW to NE through the 1st U to the R in PLURIBUS.  A die gouge runs through the upper UNU of UNUM.  A die crack runs along the top left of the shield.  A die chip can be found on the top of the shield north of the 1st U in PLURIBUS.

Submitted By:  Stage A: Wayne Perry, Stage B: Forrest L. Morace

Cross References:  Coppercoins: 2011P-1DO-001, Crawford: CDDO-001








2011 1¢ WDDO-002          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  Very strong extra thickness shows on the digits of the date and also on LIBERTY with notches in the lower right corners of the digits and letters.  Strong extra thickness also shows on IGWT with notches on some of those letters.

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A:  None significant.  Obverse Stage B:  A die gouge can be found in the field well north of the RT in LIBERTY and west of Lincoln’s ear.  Reverse Stage A:  A die scratch runs from SW to NE below the right side of the horizontal crossbar of the T in CENT.  Reverse Stage B:  A die crack runs along the left side of the top of the shield.  A die chip can be found on the bottom of the E in CENT.

Submitted By:  Stage A: Steve Heleine, Stage B: Joseph Koelling

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDO-003, CONECA: 1-O-VI, Coppercoins: 1DO-004

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Stage B




2011 1¢ WDDO-003

Description:  Extra thickness shows on the digits of the date.  Notching also shows at the bottom left of the 2 and the bottom left of both ones in the date.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A small die gouge (dot) can be found below the R in LIBERTY.  A die gouge can be found below the ST in TRUST.  A small die gouge can be found to the left of the 2.  A die crack runs NW through the eyebrow and into the forehead.  Reverse:  A die scratch runs SSW from the center left of the P in PLURIBUS.  A strong die gouge runs from SW to NE through the LUR of PLURIBUS.  Two short, parallel die gouges run from WSW to ENE between the lower B and U of PLURIBUS.  A die scratch runs from WNW to ESE through the lower S in PLURIBUS.  A die crack runs down the right edge of the banner.  Die chips can be found on the right edge of the banner to the right of the upper T in CENT.  A die crack runs along the top left side of the shield.  A die chip can be found on the top left side of the shield north of the RI in PLURIBUS.

Submitted By:  Joseph Koelling

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDO-002










2011 1¢ WDDO-004

Description:  Moderate extra thickness shows on the letters of LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Two light, parallel die scratches run SW from the bottom of the back of the head.  Reverse:  Two short die scratches run north from the top left and the top right of the E in AMERICA.

Submitted By:  Joseph Koelling

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDO-011








2011 1¢ WDDO-005          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  Strong extra thickness shows on LIBERTY, the date, and IGWT.  Separation lines show on the date and the letters of TRUST.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die gouge can be found to the right of the lower D in GOD.  A small die gouge can be found above the zero in the date.  A die gouge can be found NW of the 2.  A die gouge can be found close to the vest well south of the 2.  A die crack runs from SW to NE through the hair on the upper back of the head.  Reverse:  A die gouge can be found between the F in OF and the 1st A in AMERICA.  A die gouge can be found to the right of the bottom of the N in CENT.

Submitted By:  John Horengic  (Photo upgrade from a specimen submitted by Marilyn Keeney)

Cross References:  Coppercoins: 2011P-1DO-006, Crawford: CDDO-008, CONECA: 2-O-VI


























2011 1¢ WDDO-006

Description:  Extra thickness shows on the ERTY of LIBERTY and the date.  Notches show on the top of left of the TY of LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A light die scratch runs NNE from the top of the head running between the lower W and E of WE.  A pre-die crack depression runs NW through the eyebrow and into the forehead.  Reverse:  A short die scratch runs south from the rim to the right of the I in AMERICA.  A pre-die crack depression can be found at the top of the shield north of the LU in PLURIBUS.

Submitted By:  Jeremy Gardner

Cross References:  None known








2011 1¢ WDDO-007          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  Very strong extra thickness shows on LIBERTY, IGWT, and the date.  Notches show on the bottom left of the ERTY of LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A die crack runs from SSW to NNE through the hair to the left of the upper ear.  A die crack in the hair at the top of the head runs from south to north, curves to the NW, and then curves to the north again.  A pre-die crack depression runs through the eyebrow.  A die crack runs NNW from the front of the eyebrow into the forehead.  Reverse:  Die cracks run along the top left and top right of the shield.  Die chips can be found on the bottom of the E in ONE, the center of the E in ONE, and the center of the E in CENT.

Submitted By:  Sean Williams

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDO-010, Coppercoins: 2011P-1DO-008, CONECA: 3-O-VI
























2011 1¢ WDDO-008

Description:  Light extra thickness shows on LIBERTY with the top right of the Y thicker than the top left of the Y.  Notches show on the bottom of left of the RTY of LIBERTY.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  A short die scratch runs SSW/NNE below the right side of the L in LIBERTY.  Reverse:  None significant.

Submitted By:  Dustin Ickow

Cross References:  None known








2011 1¢ WDDO-009          “Best Of” Variety

Description: Very strong extra thickness shows on the digits of the date and also on LIBERTY with notches in the lower left corners of the digits and letters.

Die Markers: Obverse:  A die crack runs NNW from the front of the eyebrow through the front of the forehead.  Reverse:  A die crack runs along the left side of the top of the shield with die chips above the L and the first U in PLURIBUS.

Submitted By:  Ronald Burke

Cross References:  None known








2011 1¢ WDDO-010

Description:  Moderate extra thickness shows on the digits of the date.

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

Submitted By:  Steve Smith

Cross References:  None known





2011 1¢ WDDR-001          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  Strong extra thickness shows on USA, ONE CENT, LB, and the shield.  The strongest spread is on the left side of the reverse.  The hub movement also distorted the left most letters in EPU which are incuse in the design.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  Two short but strong diagonal die gouges can be found at the back of the neck.  A short, vertical die gouge can be found above the top left side of the 2nd T in TRUST.  A pre-die crack depression runs NW through the eyebrow and into the forehead.  Reverse:  A short die scratch runs north from the top left of the M in AMERICA.  A light die crack runs along the left side of the top of the shield.  A light pre-die crack depression runs along the right side of the top of the shield.

Submitted By:  Billy G. Crawford

Cross References:  Crawford: CDDR-001, CONECA: 1-R-VI, Coppercoins: 1DR-001





The upper photo shows the strong extra thickness on the designer's initials while the lower photo shows normal designer's initials for comparison purposes.





The upper photo shows the distortion to the E PLU on the doubled die reverse while the lower photo shows a normal E PLU.





The upper photo shows the strong extra thickness on the ON of ONE while the lower photo shows normal ON of ONE for comparison purposes.




2011 1¢ WDDR-002          "Best Of" Variety

Description:  Strong extra thickness shows on USA, ONE CENT, LB, and the shield.  The strongest spread is on the left side of the reverse.  Strong notches can be found on the bottom left N and E of ONE and the L of LB.  The hub movement also distorted the left most letters in EPU which are incuse in the design.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  A small die gouge can be found below the F in JFM.  A pre-die crack depression runs along the left side of the top of the shield.  A pre-die chip depression can be found on the top left of the shield.

Submitted By:  Robert M. Pelletier

Cross References:  None known