The U.S.Mint has never issued a silver penny.
U.S. pennies have never contained silver. Your penny is probably silver plated for jewelry or other decorations.
The U.S. Mint has never issued a golden penny.
The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.
In 1930 there was the buffalo nickel, or the Lincoln penny, but never a buffalo penny.
The U.S. never has struck a silver cent. The coin has likely been plated, and is worth just a penny.
U.S. Pennies Have never and will never contain silver. Your Coin is probably silver plated for jewelry or other decorations.
Im not sure if pennys have any special worth like other coins do. Alot of people like to collect quarters they believe they are worth something but ive never heard of any one saying that a penny was worth anything.
I have never seen any other one I've had this one for over thirty years.
The US has never made and never will make silver pennies. If a penny was silver it would be worth more than a dime.
The British 1 New Penny coin was minted in bronze, never in gold. They are still in circulation and are worth 1 Penny. If the coin has been gold plated, it will be worth whatever the gold is worth if you can get it off, plus 1 Penny.
The US has never made silver pennies. If they did they would be worth more than a dime! Your penny is probably silver plated and is used for jewelry or other decorations. It has no collector value and is no longer spendable.