I agree that it's DDD and/or MD. The most recent image of the S and T was confusing and almost convinced me that there was more to it until I looks at the picture of that area in the first post where it's clear that what you pointed out in the second post is just PMD- as you can tell by the scratches being visibly continuous from the D to the S.
Or both. On Machine Doubling it can be in one to into 3 different directions. When you think of MD, it is not that the die moved from the top edge to the bottom edge, it is the case of the die slight moving altering all the devices are once. It not like it traveled that distance, but the incuse devices on the die altered all the devices is a small part of a second. Moving only as much as seen on the machine doubling. That's it. Then the die moved out, so the coins could be ejected, several cents in a second.
Photo overload. We only need one overall photo of the obverse, and one of the reverse, and one or two photos of areas of interest, and that's it. It tells us all we need. If we do need more photos, we'll ask for them.