Lol what do you think my question coukd be if I ask for help and pit up a penny like this. Not everybody knows everything and looking for knowledge. Only simple question is very simple doubling on mint mark and reverse copper towards left aide
Zincoln rotted of which we have seen numerous examples. Worth 1 cent and spent before it rots away.
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The coin you posted is zincoln rot ... believe that has already been said.
Since 1982, US cents have been made of a Copper plated Zinc planchet. The Copper plating is very thin and if this gets a crack or hole in it, even microscopic, it can let moisture get inside. Once moisture gets under the Copper plating, a reaction starts that literally eats the Zinc away leaving a hollow Copper shell.
This is what is happening to your coin. Collectors call it "Zinc Rot".