It's quite possible, but '78 isn't a date known for any specific recurring error.
The 1943 copper Lincoln cents were made by error, only about 12 exist.
Steel pennies were only minted in 1943, however some examples of steel pennies being struck in error in 1944.
Percent error refers to the percentage difference between a measured value and an accepted value. To calculate the percentage error for density of pennies, the formula is given as: percent error = [(measured value - accepted value) / accepted value] x 100.
About a nickel, unless it's uncirculated. In that case it's worth about $1.15
If you are a true collector, all pennies are collectable. If you are an investor, low mintage coins and certain error coins are collectable.
There are many, but nearly all of them are either out of circulation or are error coins. Among others: 1909-S 1909-S VDB 1914-D 1922 "plain" (an error coin) 1943 copper (error) 1955 double die (error)
."The Gift of the Magi" is a famous short story by O. Henry. It also contains an interesting mathematical error in the first paragraph. The author states that Della possesses $1.87 with $0.60 of the total consisting of pennies. The remaining $1.27 is not supposed to have any pennies at all, which is impossible.
how you know any type of juice work on pennies how you know any type of juice work on pennies
Look out for any 1909 pennies which are EXTREMELY valuable, there a bout a thousand dollars. others to look for (not as valuable as 1909) are 1912 S 1913 S 1914 D 1914 S 1915 S 1922 NO D 1924 D 1931 S and also look for any error coins
Yes, there are literally hundreds of them, enough to fill a book.
It's an error coin, so exact numbers are unknown.
Not especially, except for the extremely rare 1943 copper cent, or even more rare 1944 steel cent (both of which were error coins).
Based on melt value alone, any Lincoln cents minted before 1982 are worth about 2 cents each for their copper content.
at any bank
No pennies are copper.
Yes and no. Yes, they are technically worth about 2.2 cents in copper value (pre-1982 pennies are 95% copper, post-1982 pennies are mostly zinc and are worth about half a cent in zinc scrap) but they are illegal to melt down and as such you will have a hard time finding someone to buy them. 1965 pennies are not rare by any stretch and as such you should just spend it like any other penny. Unless the penny has an error (or you have a /lot/ of copper cents to sell to someone, or if the penny is in mint packaging) if it has a memorial on the back of the coin, simply spend it.
any one that is under 1960
No, all 1901 Indian Head pennies are struck in Bronze.
yes I have 1 1943 copper pennies, but if you find one make sure it is not a 1948 with the 8 cut down and yes its a copper pennies
Why would you want to make pennies any biger? They're not worth any more by making them bigger, they're still only a penny
No, but in 1943 US pennies were made from steel coated zinc. These have become a collector favorite.
Pennies is plural of penny. penny: paisaa పైసా; paisa పైస pennies (also pence) : paisalu పైసలు, Any of various coins of small denomination.