These off-metal planchet errors are generally worth $100 to $200, depending on condition. You probably should get it certified and encapsulated, to ensure exactly what you have, and to make selling it easier. Check out the ANACS website to see if they will be attending any upcoming coin shows in your area, where you can take the coin for a free professional appraisal and submit it for certification : http://www.anacs.com/shows.html
The value to a collector depends on the coin's condition. Show it to a coin dealer.
It's still woth a penny
Anything that costs a penny.
Queen Victoria who was the Queen of England when the first Penny Black stamp was printed in 1840.
1862 penny worth anything
The dime couldn't have been printed as a penny. Different productions and not connected during the minting process. Sounds like your coin is a damaged one.
One cent. It's a common circulation coin. Please note - "penny" is simply slang for a cent, so a "one cent penny" is a bit like saying "a round circle". Also, coins are struck or minted, not printed. Paper bills are printed.
If Bill wants the penny and you don't need it for anything , then i think you should give him the Penny :)
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If it is a penny, then it has to be.
It's just a penny, spend it.
Sorry, but it's just a penny.
It's worth about 10 cents in worn condition and up to $3 in uncirculated condition.
If the back of the penny is just blank, this penny can be worth a fortune. Have the penny appraised at a coin dealer.
The One Penny Black had a silhouette of Queen Victoria on it.
The last Australian Penny was minted in 1964.
I also have on and I also wonder if mine is worth anything
The same as every other double headed or double tailed coin you find. It's a novelty item made privately and sold as a "magician's coin". They cost a few bucks in a novelty shop but are not worth anything to a coin collector.
Error coins need to be seen, take it to a collector or dealer. NOTE: coins are struck, not printed.
The 1881 one penny coin can be worth from $6.00 to $50.00 depending on the condition of the one penny coin.
are u talking bout what a penny can buy in most states a penny can not buy anything itself
The coin could be anything from a Penny to a Crown. I expect it is difficult to describe because the inscriptions are in Latin and barely legible. Take your coin to a reputable coin dealer for a positive identification and valuation.
i have a 1991 5 cent coin printed on a copper(penny