The obverse die crack from the rim at 5:45 creates a bi-level field below the portrait. The field to the right side of the die crack is at a lower level within the die compared to the left side. This die state seems to be rare, as this is presently the only example I have seen. Comments by David Poliquin.
This obverse is identified by date placement, with the second 8 of the date broken at the top and bottom. Radial die cracks from the rim at 4:15 and 5:45 into the fields and entering the portrit. The crack from 4:15 is extensive reaching the first hair curl.
Reverse F may be identified by a hub-through artifact within the left wreath from 1:30 to 2:30. Die crack within the wreath from 9:45 to 10:30