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The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no collectible value at all.


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The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no collectible value at all.

The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no numismatic collectible value at all.

The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no numismatic collectible value at all.

It's a common novelty coin, not worth very much. A 1973 penny is currently worth about 2 cents for its copper content, and one with Kennedy carved into is worth as much as someone on eBay will pay for it.

Lincoln Kennedy is 6' 6".

Lincoln Kennedy's birth name is Tamerlane Lincoln Kennedy.

Lincoln was assassinated in Ford's Theater; Kennedy was assassinated in a Ford Lincoln Lincoln was succeeded by Andrew Johnson; Kennedy was succeeded by Lyndon Johnson 'Lincoln' had 7 letters. 'Kennedy' has 7 letters

The Lincoln-Kennedy penny is a novelty made by private companies, it's not produced by the U.S. Mint. It's not worth much of anything.

President Lincoln had a secretary named Kennedy, and President Kennedy had a secretary named Lincoln.

Lincoln was 56 when he was assassinated; Kennedy was 46.

Lincoln. Lincoln was killed at age 56 and Kennedy was killed at age 46.

Lincoln Kennedy was born on February 12, 1971, in York, Pennsylvania, USA.

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Kennedy is on the US half dollar (50 cent) coin and Lincoln is on the penny (1 cent) coin.

Coins are not etched, they are struck or minted. Etching uses acid to dissolve metal or another substance from on top of a substrate. Unfortunately they have no numismatic value other than 1 cent. Some novelty-item collectors will pay a premium for one that's still attached to its original packaging. These "Lincoln Facing Kennedy" pennies were made by private companies -- mostly in the 1970's -- that took a normal penny and stamped a portrait of President Kennedy facing President Lincoln on the front of the coin. They were normally attached to some kind of card that listed the "Astonishing Coincidences" between the two presidents. The card was usually stamped with a company name & address, and they were often given out as an advertising gimmick by small businesses to attract customers. Note that some of the "amazing coincidences" require stretching history quite a bit.

John Wilkes Booth assassinated Lincoln. Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated Kennedy.

Lincoln was 56 JFK was 46 So therefore Lincoln

Yes, John F. Kennedy had a secretary named Evelyn Lincoln. However, the part being circulated about Abe Lincoln having a secretary named Kennedy is not true. It is also unknown if Lincoln's secretary, John Hay, warned him not to go to the theatre, or whether Evelyn Lincoln warned Kennedy not to go to Dallas.

President John Kennedy was a lot like Lincoln.

There are no mintage figures for the Lincoln/Kennedy cents because they were altered by individuals and private companies, NOT the U.S. Mint.

There are many differences. Here are some:Lincoln was from a poor family with no political connections; Kennedy was from a wealthy family that was well-connected politicallyLincoln was faithful to his wife; Kennedy was noted for his womanizingLincoln had almost no education; Kennedy went to top notch prep schools and on the Harvard.Lincoln was not a church member; Kennedy was a Roman CatholicLincoln was an outstanding lawyer; Kennedy did not go to law school.Lincoln lost his campaign for the Senate; Kennedy won his.Lincoln wrote his own speeches; Kennedy had a staff of speech writers.Lincoln's lost his mother when he was nine , his only sister when he was 17 and his father died before he was president; both of Kennedy's parents as well as 4 sisters and two brothers outlived him.Lincoln's only military experience was in an Indian war in which he saw no action; Kennedy was noted for his war record during WW I.

Deep lines were etched into his weathered face. This glassware is beautifully etched.

This is NOT something that was done at any U.S. Mint. It's a privately made novelty coin that has no numismatic value. But they do have a "niche collectible" market. If you can find someone that wants this coin, you may get 1 or 2 dollars for it. These are usually sold attached to a card with so-called strange coincidence's between the two Presidents.

No. Both Lincoln and Kennedy were Presidents who were shot and killed while in office, Lincoln in April 1865 and Kennedy in November 1963. Biographers have noted odd similarities between the two assassinations, although they were almost completely different circumstances. Lincoln was first elected in 1860 and Kennedy was elected in 1960.

Garfield, Lincoln, and Kennedy.

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