Ok variety people........check out this 1913 Buff
I've been chasing Buffalo varieties for almost 20 years now and have never seen what I am seeing today. Just got in a gem type 1 1913 Buff and as I always do, I put her under magnification. And I am truly amazed with what I am seeing. I need some other eyes and brains to analyze it now. I will describe it then post my pics. I was first drawn to the obverse designer initial F. There are two distinct and different F's. The second F is southeast of the primary F. This is not MD. It looks Doubled die to me. The 2 F's are very easy to see. Then I noticed the large feather is tripled on the west side. I also noticed what I perceive a DD on parts of the braid. Under the scope the very top of the large feather is quadrupled but I could not get good pictures of it. Here she is. Opinions are appreciated from the experts here!