Above is but one example of a so-called "Poor Man's 1955 Double Die". The coin is not a double die but rather a very common abraded die doubling of the last digit and other examples can be found for other dates in the series. It is in no way related to the rare 1955 Double Die mint errors and should be regarded as any common cent with a normal strike. Any coin with abraded die doubling has no extra value.
"Abraded Die" Doubling
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