After scrutinizing your coin again I'm of the opinion it very well may be a die #3 no D weak reverse. Definitely worth the fee for grading by NGC or PCGS that would settle the matter. ANACS does not recognize nor annotate any 1922 example as no D except die pair #2 strong reverse so consider that if you choose a TPG
. Great find.
The pictures of the 22 weak D die #1 I loaded are of the same coin obv. and rev. because of the difficulty getting a decent shot of it's holder had to get creative with editing. Think you can still see the smudged MM though, in hand its even fainter.
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