This has a raised line running from the N in cent up to the last E in states! the obverse also might be a partial rim broad strike.
The line on the reverse is a linear plating blister, which is very common in copper plated Lincoln's from the 80s. It is also a slight misaligned die strike accounting for the obverse rim appearance. Sorry, but neither add any premium over face value
Second link has excellent information about errors and how it occurs AT the mint.