How do I display the ID using JSON formatting?

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I'd like to display the ID of the open item in the header using JSON formatting, is this possible?

 

I tried [$ID], but got an error that it doesn't exist.

 

Thanks

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I've found a work around to my question. I created a calculated column that references [ID] which I can use in my JSON.