Bought a lot of buffalos in SEGS holders and I believe this is a 1913 T1 DDR FS-802 LDS! Remember this is a late die stage so some details are rougher. Black and white are from variety vista and color are from my scope
Sorry, but no. The genuine FS-1802 has no cashing in that area (UNUM is barely visible) and you are missing the doubling on the L in E PLURIBUS UNUM. Here’s my certified example (this is an early die state):
And a closeup of the same (above) coin from NGC’s Variety Plus (yes it’s the plate coin).
And a late die state example of the variety which can be opened in a new tab to zoom. Note the very minimal clashing near E PLURIBUS UNUM. This is a late die state example.:
Young Numismatist, Coin Photography: https://forums.collectors.com/discussion/1090140/flyingal-coin-photography-10-photos#latest
Even if it was, it's impossible to verify with all the die deterioration.
I will just cast another vote for no... I do not see the doubled features. Die deterioration could be making it more difficult. Cheers, RickO
No idea, but kudos for the great photos and side-by-side comparisons. You certainly did your homework.