Obviously you are a new collector. DO NOT buy shiny cents that have wear or marks all over. Any copper coin below AU will not be all shiny with even colour. That coin was not only cleaned, it was POLISHED to death ! I have used BRASSO to see what it does to rusted cents and it looks exactly like that. You can see that there was rust under the date; it was probably so heavily polished to get the rust off that it lost weight. Sorry but it has lost all numismatic value, and is only good as a filler or decoration.
A polished coin looks almost gold-coloured and has a matte (dull) finish. A dipped cent (dipped in silver cleaner) looks orange, all over. A real uncleaned shiny cent will have a slightly red tinge with a different look at various angles, like the one below.