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The 1956D is 1956D-1MM-001...not 011. It's a nice RPM.

The 1961D is an RPM, but I cannot tell you from that image which one it is. This one is nice too, but a much closer and clearer look is necessary to identify it.

The "LIBERTY" missing the I is a simple case of a struck through grease - no premium value.

The odd N on the wheat reverse is damage.

The 1984D is split plating - very common for early zinc cents and not worth anything.

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