1. Dustin Pettus
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  3. Sunday, 06 May 2018
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R these worth any I'm still learning
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:D
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1955 penny it's silver doesn't magnetic other is a ddo? And I think the 55 is ddo I gotta getting better camera
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Yes, Dustin, you definitely need a better camera :D

1955 pennies are copper, so they will not stick to magnets. The silver color could be from a zinc-plating experiment that is frequently done with pennies as a school science project.
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