This coin has the strong reverse and that was caused by die pair number 2. That’s the missing D. Only 7,169,000 of this coin was produced and that’s not that many. Subtract all of the D’s and weak D’s and it’s a lot less with a no D. This is one coin that you should never buy unless it’s slabbed by a reputable TPG. There are a number of them that have had the D mint mark removed. Why? Because in G-4 this is a $500 coin, easily. In VF-25, I’ve seen them at just under $2000.00. I’ve had this coin over 25 years, maybe 30 years. It was graded by PCGS and has the old green label. I’m very happy with it and have no plans to resubmit. It will stay just as it is. It was difficult to get decent photos as it’s a darker chocolate brown and being in an older slab made it harder. I had strong light as you can see in the last photo. Those pale white streaks are a reflection.