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1982 D small date (LMC). Helps to ID the Errors or Damaged. Helps please  
 

 
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*** Edited by Staff to Add Year / Mintmark / Denomination to Title. Titles are Important! ***

I think this one is going to break apart





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The lower line is a scratch that has begun to zinc rot. The upper could be a "linear plating bubble", where something between the copper plating and zinc core(hair?) has caused rot to start creating the bubble up.


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You should include the date, mintmark, and the denomination in your titles.

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Actually I feel both are soft lines with a razor blade. On the tops of the affected areas, you can see a nick in each device.
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I agree with Crazyb0. One is a scratch that has now started to Zinc Rot, while the other one is a Linear Plating Bubble.
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The areas affected even inside the letters like in the small part of the E and on the upper devices the affected parts look to have even shifted a little south over time. I guess it's possible that it could have been a razor but I think unlikely. The bottom line pretty looks just like a plating bubbles once it gets past to word liberty. The top part prob looked the same when the coin was minted and over time ended up cracking.
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