1993 Lincoln Cent.
Die clash obv.
Rolled thick planchet.
Obv/rev grease filled weak strike.
We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?
That is legit cool.
Heavy reverse die break, too!
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The real rarity is that this is actually something worthwhile.
I am seeing grease filled dies, not a weak strike, but that's splitting hairs. Plenty going on there.
At normal weight it cannot be rolled thick.
The wire rims show that this is a strong strike, not a weak one.
It is struck through grease.
You actually found something! Grease filled dies for sure, clash as well, no on the rolled thick planchet in my opinion.
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Not rolled thick. Weight right on standard.