1983 Doubled Die Reverse
Fivaz Stanton Numbers:
Old FS-1-036   New FS-01-1983-801

Breen:  2310

Coneca:  1-R-IV

Crawford: CDDR-001

Wexler: WDDR-001

Coppercoins: 1983P-1DR-001

The 1983 Doubled Die is a result of a
Class IV doubling, or "offset hub
dubbling".  Instead of the image being
rotated, such as the 1955 doubled
die,  the image is shifted vertically.   
The 1983 is the strongest Class IV
doubled die in the Lincoln Series.  It is
also the strongest reverse doubled
die (DDR) in the Lincoln series.  
Doubling can be seen with the naked
eye on all reverse lettering, especially
on the word ONE.