The original impression was formed by multiple strikes to produce a nice obverse die cap, with rims raised approximately two to four millimeters. The second impression is from an off center strike, probably about 50% from the proper position. It impacted the high rim of the die cap, bending the area of the coin not affected by the second strike upwards to nearly a 45 degree angle. The result is dramatic, with two nicely defined Lincolns, and two full dates. The copper outer surface is stretched thin, and considerable zinc shows through for dramatic visual effect. Housed in one of NGC's custom extra-thick holders due to the size of the resulting error.