Die # 5 no D strong obverse with weak reverse? Harhar. Its a normal 1922 D that at one time had a soft D mintmark removed by a not to clever coin bandit. I have every 1922 die variety known in certified grade except one: die # 4 no D weak reverse ( never seen one or viewed pics. of one and eager to acquire one) your coin matches a normal 1922 D that's had the mintmark removed. Many 1922 D cents have a soft mintmark but still not anywhere near the weak D designation, in order for the weak D designation the D is barely and I mean barely visible. It pains me when I look at raw 22's at coinshows being advertised as weak D's and numerous raw 1922 no D weak reverses that just happen to have a ding or contact mark right under the date (just coincidence? no way) this coin is so common in an altered tampered state that I very very rarely will buy one uncertified. Even then the no D weak reverses are tricky and leave one wondering. The champ is die # 2 so much easier to authenticate even raw. BadThad surprised you haunt commented on this one...where you at?