Good eye to spot all the stuff going on with this coin. Its unusual, no doubt. I think what you have here is a very late die state more than an error.
However, none of these issues are extreme or in particular demand. So in its circulated state, there isn't the kind of premium that's going to drive much of a $. It's the sort of thing you can put into a 2x2 in your album and share a story with, maybe if you have a network of other cherry pickers, you have something for low end trading.
Die cracks aren't really an error. Some folks consider them a variety. But the mint didn't make a mistake. The die just got old and formed a couple cracks, but they continued using it to get a little more production before putting a new one in.
Misaligned dies (MAD) such as this are minor and rather common. Ones that collectors take note of are off maybe 5-10% and start to run into lettering. This is just sort of within the mint's quality tolerance as they don't put the effort into MS70 on every die setup for circulation strikes. They have billions of pressings to achieve every year.
The ghostly appearance of Lincoln from the grease or over-polishing is interesting, especially with the bold lettering. I'm not expert enough to tell which it was. But the mint chose to use the die so I consider it more of a die state than an error.
"Errors" are more like off center, double strikes, broadstrikes, capped dies where something actually unintentional happened - It was a mistake.
My hoard of '82s is up to 241! 218 BC x 1, 118 BC x 3, 18 BC x 1, 82 x 1, 182 x 1, 282 x 2, 382 x 1, 582 x 2, 682 x 1, 782 x 2, 882 x 1, 982 x 4, 1082 x 1 1182 x 8, 1282 x 2, 1382 x 1, 1482 x 6, 1582 x 13, 1682 x 17, 1782 x 60, 1882 x 68, 1982 x 45
Edited by Collects82
01/15/2022 12:41 pm