Again we have a first reverse taken out of service - Wexler's old WDDO-029 has two reverses discovered by myself ( IDDD ) you can read about it on the IDDD site, IDDDO-41 first reverse and second reverse
Also two obverses to the well known BIG DDR for 1972 D listed with Wexler and James Wiles both, IDDD has now listed it as first obverse IDDDO-5A /IDDDR-3 mentioned by others as not being doubled ( I just changed that ) and also paired with a second obverse IDDDO-5B/IDDDR-3 the second obverse marriage is paired with the obverse die known to be paired with the BIG Reverse and is actually the second pairing after the first obverse was taken out of service
As more coins come in will give more chances for me to detail new findings.
I have completed the peg-leg research or better said for now, can be seen on the peg-leg page on the IDDD site, these Ike's keep coming so at any time changes will be made, happy days are here.
The second die 1972 D you know the BIG ONE deals with both Wexler and Wiles, both have it listed with only one reverse mate however there are two obverses, Wiles has as a first obverse with No doubling going on, IDDD has changed that older information as well, I have it as IDDDO-5A/IDDDR-3 for the first obverse and IDDDO-5B/IDDDR-3 having the second well known obverse paired with the Big well known reverse, the first obverse was used early on till the die was removed from service, at this point I do not know why the change in obverse die's only that this reverse had two obverses.
To find this one go to http://www.ikedollardoubledie.com on to the first 1972 page die's 1 through 24, this is a scroll down to about the center of the page and is the last 72 D coin listed and no pictures yet however the description is right on for attributions.
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