I see what looks to be a Plating Blister just to the East of the D mint mark. You might want to see if you can depress it with a wooden toothpick to verify. Some Plating Blisters will flex slightly under the pressure.
For immediate answers whenever you think you may have a doubled die or RPMs, go to varietyvista.com to try to find a match. If it's not there, the Machine Doubling, Die Deterioration Doubling, and other non-collectable forms of doubling will almost certainly be what is on your coin.
Not a doubled die. Split plating on mintmark, DDD on the date area. DDD on Cent. Spender, unless you are looking for a 'Show ans Tell" coin to show a new collector. Again aging dies is the cause of this. When the die was fresh, these die events hadn't happened yet.