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Please Help Identify This Mess Of A 1982-D Lincoln Cent As A Mint Error Or Damaged?

 
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Glued to a rail road rail and ran over by a locomotive would be my guess
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Railroad penny was my first thought! Funny. But its such a strange shearing; I'd be delighted to know how. But, it clearly is not a mint error but post strike damage? Thank you all so much! This is my first post. I'm glad I found the site.
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Post mint damage. How/why? Doesn't really matter because we'll never know the answer. Damage is damage. It did not leave the mint looking like this. Worth less than face value, as I doubt you will ever find someone to take it.
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