I'm still sticking with "THE MAN FROM SPACE!
Chuck that is a good one,
Me personally I would like to see something like Shepard Shooting the Moon
or something like that.
Since it was Alan Shepard who's hard work and ingenuity in smuggling a modified golf club head and a couple of golf balls onto a Moon Landing Mission made it possible for this quite unique piece of history in our Moon Landing Program to take place.
But that is not my place to pick a name for this discovery. That honor should go to Brian Vaile, who is the person that discovered this. He has known this I think for about a year and he had basically the same reactions as I have had here.
The questioning of my sanity.
The name is not a marketing thing. Those are left to the various varieties,Like High and Low Leaf Wisconsin Quarters, HotLips Morgan dollars
, Ear Ring Peace dollars
and such. This is not believed to be a variety at all. It is believed at this point to be on all 1971 and 1972 Eisenhower dollars
. taking it out of the realm of the variety coin. It is just a fact of what is on the coin for identification as to what is being looked at. Much in the same way one would identify the wheat stalks when discussing a part of a Wheat cent
I greatly appreciate ALL of the comments. Particularly Barry G and Condor's. After Barry G's comment the other day while the Mrs. My Son and Myself were getting our cycles out to take them for a short run to stretch their legs. I reflected on what he said.
I see a little bit blurry discoloration that, like a stain of water on a wall, I suppose you can interpret as anything you want.
Since it's a discoloration and neither raised or engraved into the metal
It reminded me that my eye had already become accustom to seeing the raised relief in the Golfer on a number of coins in hand so that is naturally what I would see in the pictures. But those that had not seen the raised relief in hand may not see it in the same way as someone that had experienced in hand and able to "Wobble the coin" would.
I will have to work on my pictures of it. Try maybe photographing from a steeper angle to be able to show the relief.
All photography is done freehand with one of three different digital cameras with one of four Loupe's held in had in front of the lens.
I definitely need to set up a photography stand