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This is most probably a Type V Doubled Die Reverse (DDR) - Pivoted Hub Doubling, Counter Clockwise Direction (CCW), pivoted at 10 o'clock which occurs when the working die is not properly aligned with the working hub, thus rotated during one of the hubbing processess.
The doubling is clearly stronger at one side, which is the right side of the reverse. The doubling will increase as you travel around the rim until you come to the strongest point, and starts decrease till you return to the point of no doubling. This point of no doubling is called pivot point. From this specimen, the pivot point is most likely located at 10 o'clock position.
This is my second specimen of this variety. This is my first specimen in a nicer condition.