Thanks for the closer view. You can see how much easier it is to see what is on the coin. (other times we need full images though) But what you are seeing is a push from the left side of the obverse with Machine Doubling. There may be damage on the 'L' from a counting machine or vending machine. But than you for matching up the image exactly the same as the ones I posted. Great job, but I'm sure this will help fill in a bit of education on that can happen to a coin. So when you see it again, then you will remember this discussion.
I don't know Coop, after looking at it all the die marks around the date (above and below the 6 are the same) it's hard to tell because of the color this usb microscope light produces. If those marks can be there yet still not be the same variety your right