Wasn't exactly sure where to post this or what questions to ask. Looks like a broken or cracked die in 2 different places. Is that a common occurrence for LWC's? Does it add any value or is it an eye of the beholder type of awesome?
These are nice looking die cracks! I agree that minor die cracks are quite common, but not large ones like that. Even on such a worn coin, they're still visible, probably even without a magnifying glass.
There is a popular so called no D Cent for that year has a die crack in that area near the O in ONE. But the other die crack is not present on this example. Yours is definitely NOT the no D coin. That is the only reason I know of for a die crack to be worth money on the an example for the 1922-D year. I read something about the Cents for that year and why they looking so bad. But I'm sure no one wants to hear about it though.
30 dies were sent from Philadelphia (The only mint at that time producing dies till 1996) to be used for Cents. They were to make 7,160,000 cents from that mint. By February the Denver mint needed more dies, but the Philadelphia mint was involved with the Peace dollars, so no more dies were sent. They continued to use these dies as long as possible to complete the mintage required. The reason for the loss of details of the devices and over cleanings made these coins to be in poor condition. Over polishing removed some devices on BU coins that some had to be graded by reverse detail even in BU condition. But the reverse dies suffered as well.