非unicode but it's kind of hard to believe.
Is there really no unicode for "扌𬙙"?
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Nothing surprising about it. I too have never seen this character, and the Unicode doesn't record all Chinese characters, by far. Here's what the Unicode tables show:
The main table, radical 扌, 9 strokes.
The Extension B table, radical 扌, 9 strokes.
The Extension B table, radical 扌, 9 strokes, continued.
As you can see, no 扌罒方 here. So, no Unicode.
As a native Chinese, I've never learned this character. But I can't tell whether it "really doesn't exist".
I think it's a region-specific-writing-by-mistake creation. People want to express the meaning but don't know there is an existing character for it. Back when communicating with the outside was very difficult, it was a common scenario.
According to the explanation of the character, there is a formal character 捻 to express the same meaning.