What is the price of a 1898 penny?
In US Coins
If in England, then about 40p.
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1898 is not a rare date for Indian Head cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about $1.00 -- a nice uncirculated one is worth about $20.00
Assuming you're referring to a US cent rather than a British penny: 1793 LARGE CENT - FLOWING HAIR - STRAWBERRY LEAF - SHELDON NC-3 - ANR 09/2004:130 - $414,000 This is the highest price paid that I can find.
1898 is considered a common date for Indian Head Cents. In average circulated condition, with no problems, it is worth about $1.
There is no such coin. Buffalo NICKELS were first released in 1913. No 1-cent coin has ever carried a buffalo image.
The price is absolutely nothing. It is absolutely worthless because it is a fake. We know it is a fake because Indian Head pennies weren't created until 1859, 40 years later. An 1819 large penny (Not Indian Head) could be worth $20 to $60, depending on the amount of wear.
Not a valid question. ALL 1943 cents were struck in metal. The question is, WHICH metal? Copper was needed for the war effort, so cents were struck in steel coated with a thin layer of zinc to reduce rusting. Over a billion of these coins were struck and many were saved, so they sell for anywhere… from 25 cents to a dollar. By accident a few copper blanks left over from 1942 were fed through the press in 1943, resulting in the famous "1943 copper pennies". All known genuine coins have been accounted for. Auction prices have ranged from $35,000 to nearly $200,000. There are also loads of counterfeits, so beware. (MORE)
Answer \n. \n1898 is not a rare date for Indian Head cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about $1.00 -- a nice uncirculated one is worth about $20.00
If you are referring to a U.S. cent, $1 to $3 depending on wear. If you have an English penny, please post a new question with that country.
There are too many dates to give prices for them all. See the related links for an online price guide.
About $15-20 in average condition. Please check your pocket change - you'll see that ALL coins have the word Liberty on them so that's not a motto that helps to ID any particular coin.
Yes, you can. However, you will probably get more money if you sell them for their collector value.
There are way too many years, mintmarks and grades to try to type out in detail. The best thing is, get a copy of Red Book or find a on-line price guide. See the related link below for an on-line price guide to wheat pennies.
They're not all that rare. If dirty and corroded, about 5 cents each. Really nice uncirculated examples can be bought from a dealer for $1 or $2.
That depends on the meaning of "good". On the grading scale of 1 to 60 good is the lowest grade(G4). These coins are very worn and have many scratches and other signs of ware on them. If this describes your coin it is worth around 1 dollar. If your coin does not show much ware then it is worth aroun…d 23 dollars. (MORE)
There are different varieties of 1898 US cents. In uncirculated condition you could get 44 to around 5,880(rare) dollars. If you take it to a coin collector you most likely get 44 to 100 dollars.
8-1-11>>> A 1907 US Indian Head cent is common. Coins in average circulated condition are valued at $1.00-$3.00.
Back in 1898, one penny would buy many things. One penny would buya daily newspaper, two eggs, three or four candy sticks, ahalf-loaf of bread, or and entire loaf of day old bread in 1898.
A 1898 Indian head penny in circulated condition is worth 1 to around 23 dollars in circulated condition. These coins are not rare.
The U.S. didn't exist in 1773 and England didn't strike pennies that year. You may have a privately-minted piece or a fantasy coin. More details are needed to determine, though. Please post a new question with a description of wording and the images on the coin.
The 1898 US penny was made only at the Philadelphia mint which means it will have no mintmark. These coins are also referred to as Indian head pennies.
It depends on the mint and condition. Please feel free to email me at Clive@HistoricCoinage.com for more information.
A British 1898 bronze Penny (Victoria), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to Â£75 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from Â£4 to Â£20 GBP. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in their grades…, but may be significantly lower due to varying demand for the coin and the prevailing economic climate. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. (MORE)
With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911..
I cannot answer your question directly, but see the following as an indicator.. An Australian 1930 Penny is the rarest coin that has ever been released into general circulation in Australian history. Only 3,000 were minted and of those, 1,500 still exist and are trading in todays market. They are s…till arguing about why the 1930 Penny was released at all.. There are only 6 proof coins known to exist, 3 in museums and 3 in private collections.. Depending on who you choose to believe, a proof 1930 Penny might go for anything between $250,000 and $500,000 AUD. One of the private collectors has recently declined an offer of $1,000,000 AUD for his proof coin.. An uncirculated 1930 penny in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $150,000 AUD. If it is in less than mint condition, it might fetch as little as $10,000 to $15,000 AUD.. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation. Authentication and verification of such coins is vital.. The Australian 1930 Penny has recently been described as the "Holy Grail" of the coin collecting world. (MORE)
This will require more research. There were many stamps issued worth a penny in the 1890's. Many different countries issued them as well. Consult a stamp catalog, check your local library, to identify exactly what stamp you have. And the catalog will also provide you an idea of the value..
Check out the price guides linked below. There are many such sites; I've just happened to find this one to be pretty reasonable in its accuracy.
Pictures of a specific coin are difficult to come by. Usually you should be able to find one on eBay, but the picture is withdrawn after the coin is sold.All British Pennies from 1895 to 1901 are near identical.See the link below for an 1897 British Penny.
You are asking about a One Penny coin from South Africa (KM#2). The front has an image of Paul Kruger (the 5th President of the South African Republic) and the words "ZUID AFRIK. REPUBLIEK" (slightly abbreviated Afrikaans for "South African Republic"). The back says "1 PENNY" and the date, with a co…at of arms depicting a lion, a man hlding a rifle, and a shield with an anchor. There were 263,000 such coins produced in 1898. The coin weighs about 9.5 grams and is made of bronze. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, the coin is not about US$1.00 in Fine condition, US$3.00 in Very Fine condition, US$15.00 in Extremely Fine condition, and US$30.00 in Uncirculated condition. (MORE)
Priceless. Indian head cents were made from 1859 to 1909. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
On the reverse look at the knot in the ribbon that binds the wreath. If it has stems they will extend from the knot, one pointing to the last A in America the other to the U in United.
There is no such coin as a Indian Head Buckwheat penny, but a 1898 Indian Head cent in average condition is worth $1.00-$3.00
Depending on condition, it could be worth anywhere from $.50 to a few dollars, but condition is key. If it is in poor condition, the value drops dramatically. Also, as with all older coins, cleaning harms the value.
There are two types of 1903 Edward VII Bronze Penny. The normal type in collectable condition is worth around 25p - 50p. In mint state around Â£60 - Â£80. However, if the 3 in the date is an 'open 3' with the lower part of the 3 extending out further, then this is worth between Â£250 and Â£1…000 depending on condition. I sold an open 3 about five years ago in worn conditon for Â£100. In VF they are now booked at Â£350 in SPINK's Coins of England Book. (MORE)
1898 is a common date Indian Head cent. It's value depends on the condition & grade of the coin. Most coins are $1.00-$3.00.
...The 1943 cent is steel , not silver. In absolutely pristine condition it can go for around 10 cents but are around 4 or 5 cents in average condition.
No, gold pennies were only minted in the reign of Henry III, not minted at all during any other reign.
Wheat cents were made from 1909 to 1958. Check the date again and post a new question.
With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "New Zealand" Pennies minted prior to 1940. Any Pennies circulating in New Zealand prior to 1940 would have been mostly British Pennies and some Australian Pennies.
Wheat cents were struck from 1909 to 1958 and carry the familiar portrait of Lincoln. An 1898 cent is an Indian Head cent. Please see the Related Question for details.
It depends by what you mean by 1909. There are 4 varieties of 1909 wheat pennies. A 1909 with no mintmark and no "V.D.B." between the wheat stalks on the back of the coin is fairly common and sells for about $1 in circulated condition. If you have a 1909 with no mintmark with a "V.D.B." between the …wheat stalks on the back of the coin it is worth about $9 or so in circulated condition. A 1909 with an S mintmark and no VDB sells for about $50 in circulated condition. While a 1909 with an S mintmark and a V.D.B. between the wheat stalks on the back of the penny sells for $500 or more in circulated condition. If you want to buy uncirculated coins, expect to pay many times the values I listed, especially for rarities like the 1909 S VDB (MORE)
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No Indian Head cent had a mintmark until 1908, so the 1898 cent will not have one.
I have a 1898 canadian penny (VICTORIA DEI GRATIA REGINA). How much is it worth?
It may well be a real Penny, but if you mean the date has been changed deliberately by the Royal Mint, probably not. There is no documentary evidence suggesting that any 1898 Pennies were over struck and is possibly a forgery. If you mean that the die has struck the coin more than once (double stru…ck) and there are two images slightly out of alignment, you may well have a genuine curiosity on your hands. I suggest that you take your coin to a reputable coin dealer for authentication and valuation. (MORE)
2/2012 Around $3.00 for an average one. $275.00 for a MS-64R graded sample.. $25.00 for an AU-50 sample... Hope that helps!
There are no Buffalo Head Penny's. A 1898 U.S. one cent coin is a Indian Head cent with an average value of $1.00-$3.00.
Depends on condition. Many on line websites provide price guides along with pictures of various grades/conditions of the coin
You can find a 1898 half penny for sale online for $8 or less. Thisis for one from Great Britain.
The worth of a 1898 Great Britain half penny is about $8. The valuecan also vary depending on the condition.
Three Baths for the Price of One - 1898 was released on: USA: July 1898