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This pic shot in the sleezy-camera-swap-buyer mode, with bright light from behind the lens...
From the front, it looks hair-thin, but does catch my fingernail...
It's not in the center... Seems to just be in the coating, not down to the glass...
We know that lenses with huge pits, marks, spots, shattered portions can still make (albeit, less contrasty) images...

Test roll shot backlit, front and sidelit went to lab today, back in 2 days... But just wondering if folks think, as I hope, that the only harm this does is to the resale value.