Alright so I'm a new member. I have scoured the internet trying to find out info on this coin. This is a 1919 double die buffalo that I fondly call my "basket case." It contains a rim clip, cud, two peels (one retained) was struck with a retained coin or another coin was struck over it in two places. Lightly struck e pluribus, lamination errors, dye drag on the obverse plus I believe I'm missing another one or two that I have failed to mention here... What would I call this bundle of errors? And is there any value to this coin in this grade? I inherited it and quite treasure it, not that I wouldn't possiably part with it, (single mom here) but I dearly cared about the relative who left it to me. I however am told by my insurance agents to disclose coins of value and this one is a toughy to find information on...are multiple mint error coins valued higher?