This is a new one to me and several of my friends in my Group (Dark Side), and seen in three listings from a seller on the "Bay". Seller had a few of the family members we have already documented (several capped bust half dollars and one of the bad draped bust dollars) along with many genuine certified offerings. The bad raw coins were all reported and removed. The three new one's images as follows: An astute Member attributed the inspiration as the 1806 O-109, pointed 6 no stem, with die break at the date and possibly the 12th star; genuine example courtesy PCGS CoinFacts: Comparison image of the bad 1806 to the genuine image: And of course a twist, there is evidence of re-engraving of the arrows, probably to repair damage to the genuine example! We will now be on the lookout for more, and I feel another Coin Week article in the near future... For more of my CW articles including my latest "Dark Corner" ones on authenticated counterfeits you can see: https://coinweek.com/?s=Jack+D.+Young+counterfeits Best, Jack.