There are mis-strikes on every coin denomination for every year ever made. Some are popular and valuable, others are not. There are no widely known popular or valuable errors specific to the 1982 cent. There could be minting errors, such as off-center, unfinished planchet, out-of-collar, brockage, stike-through, machine doubling, etc. -- but these errors could happen on any coin from any year. Check out the CONECA website for more info about error coins : http://conecaonline.org
Probably the 1982 penny if it's a copper version.
This coin needs to be seen for an accurate assessment, their are many different factors in the minting process that could cause this and no known wrong digit errors exist for this coin. Show the coin to as many dealers or collectors as you can for their opinions.
Well that would depend on the type of misprint. There are "True" misprints and common misprints. Common misprints are things such as grammar mistakes and spacing mistakes. "True" misprints are cards that were mass produced with a mistake. On the Yu Gi Oh wikia there is a list of "True" misprints. However misprints are only 'worth' as much as people are willing to pay, and you'd need to find a person who values the misprint more than a regular version.
If by formula you mean composition, a post-1982 penny is 97.5% Zinc and 2.5% Copper by mass.
a 1982 Canadian penny is worth $1.00 in the U.S.
This goes for all pennies, the blank penny was created in Philedelphia and the penny with the D was created in Denver. If you want to know the material or type you should see "how do you tell the difference between 1982 pennies?"
Light a Penny Candle was created in 1982.
The current penny (1982-present) weighs 2.5 grams. Before 1982 it weighed 3.1 grams.
1982 is the year.
did they make 1982 copper penny by mistake
1972 has no significance in terms of changes in penny densities. The US Mint did not change the composition of its penny between 1909 to 1982, so any pennies from within this time period would have the same density. Pennies from this time period all contained the same proportions of metals (95% copper, 5% zinc.) Coins from post-switch 1982 to present day are minted of 97.5% zinc and 2.5% copper. Copper's density is ~8.9g/cm3 while zinc's density is ~7.1g/cm3. Considering the relative compositions of each version of the penny, the post-1982 penny would be the less dense penny, and the pre-1982 penny would be the more dense of the two.
misprints and/or misreads
There's a picture at this site:
Copper coated zinc
The British "New Penny" was first issued in 1971, along with the Two New Pence and the Half New Penny. From 1982, the "New" was dropped and the coin was known as the 'Penny" again. This is true for all British decimal coins, the word "New" no longer being used from 1982.
Any US cent dated 1982 and before is mostly copper, billions are still in circulation and are face value.
The Edison Twins - 1982 A Penny Saved 2-2 was released on: USA: 6 October 1984