You need to visualize what a die crack is.
It is a a crack or split in the die, which means it would result in a raised line on the struck coin.
If the effect on your coin is depressed or impressed into the surface, it can't be a die crack.
As mentioned, your issue here might be a lamination.
I'll go with lamination.
As stated, not a die crack..... PMD across the image and behind the hair. Cheers, RickO
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Planchet flaw or bad alloy mix common on nickels.
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