Appears to be a Lamination Planchet Flaw at the Hair on Obverse? The Hair area appears to be smooth and a section of the Hair is missing near the edge Hair Line near the letters In God We Trust. Also there appears to be an issue behind the Ear Lobe? Is the coin a Grease Filled, Feeder Finger or Struck Through issue? Did the issue occur prior to plating at the mint? The coin does not exhibit any exposed copper, the Weight is normal and the coin does not appear to have any damage on the exterior of the plating. Any Thoughts? Thanks.
Appears to be Die Gouges or Feeder Finger Damage above Roosevelts head on the inside portion of the Rim at the twelve o'clock position. There are approximately six Die Gouges/Feeder Finger Damage grouped together. I photographed different angles of the coin. The top of the coins Rim remained flush and the reeds at the edge of the coin were not affected. The full photograph of the coin that shows the Obverse illustrates a detailed view of the strike while zooming in. Any thoughts? Thanks.
Appears to be an Off Center or Elliptical Strike? The Coin has a slightly oversized/oval appearance near the letters In God We Trust and Liberty but the weight is normal. The letters of America are cut off at the top portions and some other portions of the letters are removed at the bottoms. A portion of the Coin at the One Cent Letters on the Reverse is also lifted after the Strike. Any thoughts? Thanks.
Appears to be a Slanted Upward Letter E near the Pluribus Lettering? There doesn't seem to be any hits/damage at that the Slanted Letter E location. My Questions is: Why is the Top section and the Middle section of the Letter E Slanted Upward but the Bottom section is not affected? Also if you zoom in on the Slanted Letter E, there seems to be a bottom Layer of the Slants facing Downward. So it seems the Top and Middle Slants are showing Upward and Downward Directions. Any thoughts? Thanks.
Appears to be a Struck Through Boot Appearance on the Reverse? The Struck Through is located below the Eagles Tail-Feathers and is close to being centered in between the two Leaves. I rotated a photograph of the Struck Through in the Vertical position for a normal upright view since it's tilted. Any ideas what material caused the Struck Through? Any thoughts? Thanks.
The Native American Sacagawea Dollar coin edge lettering reads incorrectly when the obverse of the coin faces up. Appears to be a Position B? I took additional photos of the Obverse and Reverse with views of the incorrect orientation of the Lettering/Date. Any thoughts? Thanks.
Appears to be a Doubled Die on the Obverse at In God We Trust, Liberty, and the Date? Is it a Variety Vista DDO-002, 2-O-II-C listing? I included Pictures of the Letters showing different Angles and Lighting. Any thoughts? Thanks.