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1982 LMC. This is Bubble plating or Die break rim to rim? Helps please  
 

 
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I'll go with a Linear Plating Bubble, because I can see other Plating Bubbles as well.
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I would say bubble plating. Looks a little too straight for a die crack.
Did you try pressing it down?
Also you have a small struck through grease at 11:00.
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Linear plating bubble (LPB)
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Got it.. thanks guys
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