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I assume this is a "cud"
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I believe your right. Looks like one to me. You can see the weakness in UNUM also where all the metal flowed into the area of the broken die on the obverse. 

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   Yes, this would be classified as a "cud", a type of "defective die" error resulting from a piece having broken out near the edge of the obverse die. It's a relatively small one. The 2023 edition (now last year's) "Red Book" generically lists this type of error on a Jefferson nickel at $15. This one might go for less, but it's still an interesting find.

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