I received my order of the new Tallgrass Prairie quarters from the mint yesterday. I normally get three bags minted in Philadelphia. I live on the west coast and it is hard to get anywhere close to uncirculated P minted coins to fill the coin series books I have been putting away for my kids and the grandkids. Last year before we moved, I talked to the Northern Calif Rep for CONECA at the annual coin show held in my hometown. I asked when an indentation on a coin considered a die gouge or is it PMD. He told me if it is repeated on several of the same year, type and location on a coin, it could be something wrong with the die that produced the coin. If it was just one coin, it quite well is PMD. That being said, here is my question. I found twenty five of the new 2020 Tallgrass Prairie quarters in the first bag I opened to have the same scratch or gauge in the same spot and the same size on all twenty five of the coins. I have been on this site for a few years now and have read the comments from Paddyman, Chris, Meow, Collecting Nut, Mountain Man and all the other well versed members and have learned a ton of information. Is this considered a die gouge or PMD? The indentation I am referring to is the line just below the second stock.