1833 N-6 Double Struck Obv.
Picked this up at a recent coin show...
Obverse is double struck around five degrees counter clockwise. It's got an old brushed on coating of lacquer on it with some artifacts in it, so some of the detail doesn't show well in the photo. Most of the stars show doubling with the doubling more obvious from star eight to twelve. It doesn't show well in the photo, but the first star thirteen does show between the date and the second strike of that star. I really like the doubling of the lips, with the first set of lips behind the second nose. I'm not sure if the reverse is double struck, a little hard to tell with the wear and lacquer, but it does look like there might be something in the field between the NE of ONE and the leaves above. It almost looks like a bust tip. I'm assuming the E in CENT was probably altered to a U and eventually removed. Maybe what I see as a bust tip is just more tooling.