So a die chip can look like it's a smooth extension of a letter as if it's purposely attached to the T like this? I'm still learning. I appreciate the help, @ijn1944 - this will help me in my future coin hunting.
If the die chip is subject to circulation wear, it can 'lose' whatever rough texture it may have had. Large die chips on Lincoln Wheat cent ears can smooth down and look like raised, smooth ovals and spheres.
Well when I see something, I tried to think it through/check to make sure I'm correct. On that image, the line on the 'A' made me wonder what was going on? Damage or spread. With you extra large images, I can edit them and come out with something great. But I found that is was just damage. "Sometimes, your the dog, other times your the wheel." (An old farmer saying, from when I lived in Iowa)