This was in a Whitman folder of Buffaloes I won in an auction. Even though it was in the right slot, I paid no mind to it when bidding. It seems to have a lot of the die markers for the 3 legger. The reverse has been cleaned and it's hard to get a good photo. I did better with my scope.
small feather - almost a 2 3/4 feather as it is not attached at the base by the head back of upper neck - is mottled or moth eaten a reverse, upside down V sticking out in front of the first hair braid below the twine lower neck die crack, with couple breaks .. almost looks like a couple of pearls necklace
arch spreading down below sheath in field Right Rear leg above hock is thinner than the left E Pluribus Unum is clearly separated from back of buffalo mintmark D size, shape and location left side of beard is shorter