I assume you're referring to a U.S. cent and not a British penny, since the terms are often confused.
The value of any coin depends on its date, condition, and mint mark just for starters. There are a lot of other more subtle variations but those are usually the big three. The U.S. has struck cents since 1793 at Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco so you have a huge number of possibilities to choose from. As examples, here are links to cent values at Numismedia, just one of many sites providing numismatic price guides. I scanned through them and found many dozens of coins meeting your criterion.
Large cents: http://www.numismedia.com/fmv/prices/lrgcnt/pricesgd.shtml
Flying Eagle: http://www.numismedia.com/fmv/prices/flycnt/pricesgd.shtml
Indian Head: http://www.numismedia.com/fmv/prices/indcnt/pricesgd.shtml
Lincoln: http://www.numismedia.com/fmv/prices/lnccnt/pricesgd.shtmlLincolnsAssuming you are referring to the current Lincoln cent, it would have to be one of the following :
1914-D in at least AU grade
1922 NO D in at least VG grade
1955/55 doubled die obverse
These are the 4 main coins that would most likely reach the $500 price tag.
The 1957 D wheat penny in gold is worth about 1300 dollars depending on the current gold market value. This penny can be worth more to a collector who values it for the gold and for the coin itself. The bronze composite wheat penny is worth about 2 dollars in mint condition.
A 1938 penny may be worth several dollars, depending on the condition of the penny. A penny in poor condition may only be worth one cent, but collectors are often willing to pay more for one that is in excellent shape.
right now its maybe worth $100 DOLLARS BUT IN 2059 IT will be worth a lot more than that
A 1943 penny with a kangaroo on one side is an Australian penny. These can be worth 3.00 dollars or more depending on the condition of the coin.
In 1896 a penny was worth a penny. If you have a penny dated 1896 then it is worth more than that.
30 dollars worth more to ur children or grandchildren
Depending on its condition it could be worth from $0.05 to several dollars or more. In order to give an accurate estimate, the coin should be seen. I suggest you take it to a coin dealer and have it appraised.
It's Worth more than $90 dollars depending of it's circulation
A 1964 penny is still worth 1 cent but a 1900 penny might be worth a couple more
If you refer to the exchange rate, it is worth slightly more than a US penny. If you refer to the collector value, it would depend on the year and condition of the coin.
All wheat pennies, regardless of year are worth at least 3 cents if the date is readable. Some wheat pennies though, are worth quite a bit more. For instance, the 1909 S VDB penny is worth several hundred dollars even in worn condition and so is the 1914 D penny. However, a 1909 S VDB penny in pristine condition could be worth thousands of dollars. In general, the older the wheat penny the more valuable it is. For example, most wheat pennies dated in the 1940s-1950s aren't that valuable, but wheat pennies dated in the teens and twenties are worth a lot more.
cause the value of the penny was more then wat it was worth
The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.
it should be no more than 20 dollars
Both are only face value.
There is no specific cutoff date for penny values. Value is determined by date and mint marks, based on how many coins were minted. That's why a 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent is worth no less than $400, but some older Indian cents, such as a 1905 for example, is only worth a dollar or two on average.
she's worth every penny and more
The pennies value is a bit more then it's worth
yes some times and it should be over
A 1990 penny black anniversary stamp can be worth five dollars or more. The specific price will vary depending on the rarity of the stamp on the time of sale and condition.
Based on standard postage rates, the 1908 Penny.
It depends on the condition of the coin.
steel penny, about 2-5 cents, worth more than less if you have quantity.
The value of a 1912 s penny depends greatly on the condition of the penny. In poor condition, it is only worth a penny, but in very good condition it may be worth $10 or more.
the penny is worth more then ant other coin because it is now done being made due to its age