I suspect that some of us have different, indeterminable acceptance thresholds
where I think I see becomes I see.
As the story goes, President Lincoln during a cabinet meeting voted "aye" on some matter before the group while six cabinet members voted "nay.” The President then announced the result: "Nays, six. Ayes, one. The ayes have it."
So you want to argue with or agree with Max about coin images over the eyes. Here are seven past postings in this blog (one aye and six nays, as it turns out) that may offer some help.
BEGIN with Coins on Eyes Issue Again which includes a six page illustrated extract from Max’s 2011 Totun research paper.
The Forger and the Coins: One in a Gazillion with 13 Zeroes
Paper Chase: Why There Are Probably No Images of Coins, Lettering, Flowers and Whatnots on the Shroud of Turin
An Excellent Analysis of the Coins-on-the-Eyes Issue
Comment Promoted: Of Coins and Flowers and More on the Shroud of Turin
I Don’t See Flowers and Coins and Teeth on the Shroud of Turin