It depends on the date.
It's not easy to tell the 1982s apart, so to figure out how many cents weigh a pound (or any other amount) you'd have to decide which date range you wanted to use and eliminate all 1982 coins. A pound is 453.6 gm so just divide that by the weight of the penny date that you decided to use.
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Read more, below about the various pennies.
How much would 1000 penny weigh?
It's mass is 2.5 grams.
2.5 grams = .088 oz
As much as a penny.
Each penny weighs 3.1g
3.11 grams for pennies made from 1959 to 1982
The weight depends on the year, as there was a change in the metal composition in 1982. Pennies minted after that weigh 2.5 grams. Older ones weigh 3.11 grams.
That depends on the feather.A new US Penny will weigh approximately 2.5 grams (metric).An ostrich feather might weigh as much as twice that amount.A feather from a canary won't weigh anywhere near as much.A feather from a goose probably weighs less than a penny.
They weigh about 1000000 times heavier than a penny
about 0.3 oz
Approximately 5 lbs
Today's pennies weigh 2.5 grams. 11.4 of them weigh one ounce.
Lincoln cents from 1983 to date weigh 2.5 grams.
About a penny
From 1983 to date all Lincoln cents weigh 2.50 grams.
Copper pennies minted before 1982 weigh 3.11 grams.
First, you have to tell us WHICH penny. If you mean the new U S penny, a billion of THOSE would weigh 5,511,565 pounds. More or less. Yes, that is over 5 and a half million pounds.
US Lincoln cents from 1909-1982 weigh 3.11 grams coins from 1983 to date weigh 2.5 grams
There is no 1873 wheat penny. It is an Indian head penny.