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Not many: it's an awkward shape to make because its angles are 7/360 degrees.

Two examples are the 50 pence and 20 pence coins in UK currency, but they are only based on heptagons, not actual heptagons because their sides curve.

The 50p coin (physically the larger of the 2) is a shape of its own that can be rolled fairly smoothly.

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