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Macro Closeup Of One Cent

Macro Closeup Of One Cent

One Cent coin featuring the portrait of Abraham Lincoln. The coin is standing upright on top of other coins, creating an interesting composition. The One Cent coin, commonly known as a penny, showcases the profile of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. The coin is positioned upright, with the front side facing the viewer. This allows for a clear view of the portrait of Abraham Lincoln, as well as the text and other details on the coin. Beneath the One Cent coin, there are other coins, which could include coins of different denominations or currencies. The presence of these other coins adds depth and context to the image, emphasizing the value and significance of the One Cent coin.

Image ID#: 24585 / Category: Money / Price: 499$
Macro Closeup Of One Cent
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