Most coins have a date. Almost all coins are minted in the same year they are dated, but there are a few exceptions. If the date is worn off, I could give you a range of possible dates if you can give a good description of the design. BTW - the Penny is a British coin. The US uses Cents officially (but even the US Mint is calling them pennies now).
A penny is made put of copper
1944s wheat Penny
Pennies are made of zinc coated with copper.
the 1861 Confederate penny was made of copper or nickel
No. The U.S. has never made a silver penny.
A penny is made of metal, so is not flammable.
coin penny 1988 one penny
All Australian and British general circulation 1934 Pennies were made from bronze.
no it is made out of copper
A penny is not made up of a mixture. This is because no part of the penny can be physically separated.
There are a few hings about the history of a penny. A penny was the first made currency from the US.
to give a penny is to make a penny
An unoffical penny made to honor the moon landing
First lets define "Penny Piece". A Penny Piece is a quite unattractive lady. If you see any lady that is under a 5.5 on the lady judgment scale, she is in fact a Penny Piece. So a Penny Piece is made from a man and a Penny Piece mating to conceive another Penny Piece.
No, a 1961 US penny was 95 percent copper. Current pennies are made of zinc, with a copper shell.
It is worth a penny.
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H2O is water so if that was the case you couldn’t use or carry a penny. You all ready know the answer.
This is a penny made by the US mint in 1898.
Yes an aluminum penny was made in 1972
The D on a penny indicates it was made at the Denver, Colorado mint
The penny is made out of copper.
A PENNY IS MADE OF COPPER
From 1783-1837, a penny was pure copper. But newer pennies are made mostly of zinc.He is tottaly right
There is no way to enlarge a penny. In fact, because pennies are made of a metal, they cannot be enlarged or made smaller.