Thanks Mike for confirming John1's attribution. (This one got me good.)
So many things about the reverse rim seemed out of ordinary for an Encased Cent
The bumpy texture around the rev. rim seemed to extend into the left wheat. (Not just circulation damage)
The uneven secondary line between the right wheat and the rim.
I thought maybe something like "gritty" grease(?) might have been in the rim gutter. But all of that must have been a "mirror" of the inside of the enclosed cent holding the coin.
Thanks again everyone. Love learning new "stuff".
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