I'm specifically looking at the bird's wing to the right (there seems to be a die chip on the body of the bird as well) and also looking at the leaves to the bottom right of the coin. I can't tell if online pics of this coin have that same look or if the leaves to the left and right of the apex of the centered tree in the pic is possible doubling. Thanks for looking...
Just Die Deterioration Doubling. As the die ages, the devices move on the fields towards the closest rim. More than half coins struck are from later dies state dies. Most the new collectors look for the worst in coins. Seasoned collectors look for the fresher die examples. It is what you train your eye to see. just like the freshness of youth, these coin smile nicer for the camera.
Note the fresh flat fields?
Note the devices how fresh they look?
The new design, the fresh die state. What more can you ask for.
Look for the beauty in coins:
Not what the die state and coin condition becomes.
They just pop when you look at them.
Again note the fields and the fresh devices. Don't they just smile?