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$8,000.00 in 1969 had about the same buying power as $47,375.77 in 2009. Annual inflation over this period was about 4.55%.
Average retail value is $8.00.
It's probably only worth face value, except as a conversation piece / curiosity. All US pennies since 1983 are made almost entirely of zinc, covered with a thin coating of copper. If the coating was never applied at the mint, or someone dipped the coin in acid the silver-colored zinc core will become visible. No circulating US coins have contained any silver since 1969, and pennies were never made of silver because they would have been worth more than dimes.
another web site says 6 cents i googled it Answer:On 30 January 1968 the Jamaican House of Representatives voted to decimalize the currency by introducing the dollar, worth 10 shillings, to replace the Jamaican pound. Coins and banknotes went into circulation on 8 September 1969. From its introduction, the Jamaican dollar has fallen from a peak of J$0.77 to US$1 in its first few years of circulation to a series of new lows exceeding J$71 to US$1 during the first half of 2008. * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamaican_dollar
it is probably worth around 1000 dollars, but i am not the expert
about $500 and $1000
All US government notes issued since 1861 are still legal tender. The $1000 bill, with president Grover Cleveland, was circulated between 1929 and 1969 and would today be worth a minimum of $1000. There are still an estimated 165,372 $1000 bills in circulation, but their rarity makes them very valuable. A 'very fine' condition note is worth about $3,500.
it costs on eBay 0.75 dollars
50-60 dollars 50-60 dollars
what is a 1969 sears and roeboc hard cover worth today
The 1969 penny with Kennedy head is only worth a couple of dollars with card and a dollar without card.
i dont know exactly but i was in itally in the 1980's and for back then 1000 lire = $1
When Joe Kennedy died in 1969 his estate was worth an estimated 400 million dollars.