Broadstrike
   A broadstruck error is formed when the collar -- a piece of metal the planchet drops into that keeps the coin's form under tons of striking pressure -- is not in position, allowing the edge of the coin to spread beyond it's normal dimensions. Broadstruck Indian cents will be larger than normal, with distortion around the edges.
1901/Broadstruck/VF15
1864 w/L/Broadstruck/VF35