I have a 1946 S Cent that appears to have a die clash error. The reverse has a faint silhouette of Lincoln resting between the wheat ears. Can not find any information on it.
There is a good chance it's Ghosting and not a clash
It's seen a lot on larger, thinner copper like pre-1967 British Pennies. Error ref has an excellent explanation
Once again, without pics, we can only speculate
A faint clash is not uncommon across all denominations.
Most clashes have to be fairly strong to bring any extra but are fun to look at.
Photos help members here to give you better info.
Pics please and welcome to the Q & A forum @Bushface.
Would be interesting to see the silhouette of Lincoln resting between the wheat ears.
Thanks for the info. I'll work on a quality photo. The ghosting is a bit more pronounced then the examples in the link provided by "Oldhoopster". My example is brown and would likely grade around XF. Thanks again.