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1962 D With Double Edges On Both Sides. The Edges Even Feel Rolled

 
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Most likely an encased coin (good luck holder) we see them quit often.... to CCF
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Yes I agree with @GF, that the edge damage is consistent with what we see with encased cents.
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to CCF. Please crop photos before posting,thanks.
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to the CCF!
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