Well that might be a first, someone disagreeing with me calling their coin a doubled die.
I say doubled die because of how the doubling fades away as it gets closer to the rim. Plus you can see doubling on the finer, lower-relief details like the scales and the clouds. Both of those characteristics I would not expect from typical Machine Doubling.
Sorry for being the first person...I really hope it is doubled die. As I mentioned in another post, I hypothesized that we should find two more world (China) coins with identical doubled die. I did find several this coins, they would prove my hypothesis if it is real doubled die.