the lettering is nowhere near as deep as the one in my other set, in some places I can't make it out at all. Best I could do taking pictures of the edge through the packaging. My question is, is it worth taking it out of the proof set for further examination, clearly it's not completely missing all edge lettering, so is there a "partial edge lettering" thing? If it doesn't add value or would be worth grading, I'd prefer to leave it where it is, but I'd like to know if something like this has potential, or would more than likely just reduce it's grade and not be valued. you can tell the edge is roughed up still. The front and back strike look fine in comparison to the one in the non silver proof set. The "bluish" picture (fist one shows the S mint mark to the bottom right, it's fat and shallow, to the left of that you can make out maybe something that looks like the 9 of the end of the date and going left possibly parts of the date, the die segment lines are there (3 of them) Maybe this is a filled dies or loose collar die? I can try for better photos, or comparison photos if it would be helpful. Like I said, if it's nothing special I don't want to bother taking it out of the OGP, if it might be something special and worth grading, then I likely would take it out and go deeper. I know edge lettering issues aren't really a think on the proof dollars because they are struck with the lettering collar.... nowhere near as common as the business strikes missing the run through the edge lettering machine or doubled lettering ect. those are way more common to happen. I can try for better photos, or comparison photos if it would be helpful. Just post it, I'll try to do better when I get home if you think it would help. So,,,,, initial opinions based off garbage pictures please?