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Answered 2011-08-01 14:08:26

8-1-11>>> If you mean wheat pennies? Yes, average value is 2 cents, but some are worth more depending on grade, date and mintmarks.

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Do you mean wheat pennies?


30000 pennies are worth exactly $300. In the UK 30,000 pennies are worth £300.00


All pennies are worth a cent.


1000 pennies is worth ten dollars


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Only if you have the other 49 pennies in the set.


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1960 pennies are worth more. Wrong!.... 2008 are worth more... its about quantity not YEAR Clever. But I would point out that the 1990 pennies would probably be worth the most due to the fact that they contain more copper =)


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1941 is a common date for Lincoln pennies, only worth 5-10 cents or so on average.



You've probably heard a slightly twisted version of an old joke. The answer is that 1,986 pennies are worth $19.86 but 1,967 pennies are worth 19 cents less. In any case pennies with either of those dates are only worth 1 cent each.


They are worth more because less were minted.


At 100 pennies to the dollar, 50,000 pennies makes $500.


1938 cents are common and if circulated are only worth a few cents. If in absolute uncirculated condition they can be worth 1 or 2 Euros.



Well, it would depend on the year and condition. Be more specific.


A roll of pennies is worth 50 cents unless there is a penny with a collectors value in the roll.


1980 pennies = $19.80. $19.80 is worth almost $20.


300 million pennies are worth $3,000,000 or three million dollars.


Pennies have a face value of 1 cent.


They are worth a penny.


There is no such thing. Hay is hay regardless if it's a part of a hay pile, part of a hay bale, or anything like that.


They aren't.1967 and 1968 pennies both have very high mintages and are in common circulation, they are only worth a penny.


Assuming that by pennies you mean cents (?!) They are worth 20.11 dollars.