Pinterest with the caption "Normal Distribution of cup lids." (Yes, I do troll for such things). I'm sorry, but yet again, this is not a normal distribution. Perhaps it resembles histogram bars from what could be a normal sample, piled high in the middle and lower on each side. But the problem is, as seen before, a normal distribution needs a measurement scale, a number line. Few small things on the left, few large things on the right, and many middle size things, of course, in the middle. This is the pattern shown by these lids, but there is no scale of measurement, no number line. It is not a frequency distribution of any obvious measurement. A similar stacking of items is shown below:
Note: This is from the same book, Graphical Methods for Presenting Facts by Brinton (1914) that republished the earliest "living histogram" that I have found. This earliest one comes from Popular Science Monthly, September 1901 on page 447 of the article "The Statistical Study of Evolution" by C. B. Davenport.