This variety can be found with some looking. It normally comes with a weakly struck reverse. With so many collectors looking at the obverse for repunched or misplaced dates in this year, how much effort would it take to flip the coin over to find a great doubled die. Its worth the look, its also a good idea to look at all Indian cent reverses as you never know when you might find a new doubled die.
Die crack seen below BERTY of LIBERTY. Die crack from the cheek, through the nose, extending into the field.
Classes IV & VIII, Offset & Tilt Hub Doubling.
Doubling shows a spread north on the arrow tips, entire ribbon, bottom left leaves, most of the veins and leaves on the right side wreath, and the lower portion of the veins and leaves on the left side of the wreath. No doubling seen on ONE CENT or on the shield. The strongest doubling is seen at about 5 o'clock.
Die crack in the left side wreath from 9 to 10 o'clock.