Hello, I was hoping to get a lil wisdom and info on one of the coins I came across and bought at a antique store that does estate sales near by bTurns out the coins I bought were that of a gentleman who once ran a coin shop near by. Many of the coins I bought, variety vista confirmed with a lil leg work to be doubled die, he had a good eye on rarer varieties and it's been an honor to learn such advanced deoubled die. I've always had a love for coins but it was his coins that got me passionate, and ive got a lot to learn. This coin and a few other require a bit more advanced knowledge.. The coin here, it's an error itself making it all more the challenging and I think its shows a strong spread Dd on the obverse. Now at first, I thought it read 1942 but when later returning and different lighting, I seen 1922 and maybe a faint D and posted it In a group I'm in, and they wasnt trying to hear me out. Now, the 2 in question has its trace out lines of a 2 but with the errors, yeah it looks like a 4 in the right shading but wheres the traces of the 4 outline.. Its the dark or the error on the penny that gives the illusion that there's a four. Also, it appears the 2 in 42 and 2 in 22 are different in ways. The 2 in 42 looks more boxed, whereas the 2 in 22 looks more curved at the ends. I leave it in yalls hands now. thank you and looking forward to your responses. Thank you.