Now Coins and Canada or some dealers may say that a "low 9" is worth a premium over a regular one, but it really isn't. The last digit on all the working dies was hand-punched into the dies. Because of that, manual striking by hand, there are highs, lows, rights, left, rotated CW & CCW. with over 100 Reverse dies used, there are probably 10-20 that are some gradient of "low". It's worth the same as a normal '59 and VF-20 wear-wise, but there's some corrosion starting and some odd toning. Keep it as an anomaly but you won't get rich off it.