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A Other 1957 D Penny We Got Something Here ? Thanks For Answers !

 
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Just a normal 1957-D cent. (Not a penny, the U. S. Mint never made pennies.
(An English term that stuck. Only non collectors call them Pennies. Try finding an album for U.S. Pennies, you will only find "Cents" albums.) The setup for you images make them to short, making them look like a spread. When you set the images height correctly, the right size appears, and they are normal.



If you are editing your images taking them at an angle, this will cause the devices to look shorter. Reduce the angle and the images will look normal.

CoopHome: What can cause devices to look fat looking when they are really normal? (Angle of shot maybe the issue)
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Similar to your 81-D cent but this is called a Wheat cent , common with traces of red ; Value about 3˘ .

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Very normal for sure.
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Agree with all above. Nice hole filler
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What you have here is a normal Wheat cent. Wholesale value about Three Cents.
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