Thought I'd fill you in on a doubled eyelid that crosses between DD & VV. For those tracking this sort of thing. 1943p WDDO-045 crosses to DDO-015 stage C.
I was pretty sure I saw a doubled eyelid on a 1943 P I won and when I got it in hand I found a match, including a prominent die crack marker going South, then SE from the E in STATES to the rim. (DDO-015 Stage "B") But the "T" of CENTS on mine had chips instead of just a crack, so a later Stage "C" than the listed at VV.
Next, I went to DD.com to see if I could find a match. One unique feature of my coin was a minimum 6 event reverse clash between the "C" of CENT and the left wheat stem. I found part of the clash in the images for WDDO-045 but Wexler had no cross-reference to VV and didn't show the die crack from the "E" to the rim or the crack on the "T" of CENT.
The doubled eyelid alone wasn't easy to match because of the angle and lighting. The die crack from the "E" to the rim and the multiple clash event is definitely the same die.
The "Gets Better" news is that I got 2 from the same seller! Enjoy and thanks for looking. PP55
Definitely not a typical clash. Wexler states "Remnants of a die clash can be found between the lower C and E in CENT." In hand, the clash also seems to be causing the raised die marks around OF, between AMERICA and the wheat stems and at the N of CENT. My images aren't the best and I wish I could do an overlay to show how things line up with what I can see in hand.
VV makes no mention of a clash.
The marks to the right and below OF appear to be from the curved hairline above his collar. The marks near the stems seem to be out of place but typical of the back and top of his head.
Here is an image of the "N" of CENT which barely shows his chin. Difficult to get a decent image no matter how I turned it.