That's what I was thinking as well but the looped-R was a great giveaway for me to notice it.. the reverse matches my 47 really good but the looped T's don't have much differences between the ones I have
I spent the weekend searching through all my rolls of nickels, weighing them and closely observing them with no luck. I searched the net and read dozens of articles to the point of frying my brain and eyes. I did come across a 1954 example on the web which had the looped R AND the die crack (later die state) from dome to rim just like some 1939 and 1944 coins. This could possibly be the missing 6th die. I went back in my computer history to try and find it but I had gone through so many links that I couldn't find it again. I should have bookmarked it.
JohnH4444 I went through my henning collection to check and see that all my looped R coins had the scar marking above the letter N in cents just to double check. Every single one of them had the marking on them... I'll have to ad that note to the list of diagnostics I've gathered over the years. Thanks for the knowledge