How much is a 1811 cornish penny worth?
about 1 cent.
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Answer \n. \nIf in any condition less than ANA Extremely Fine, a dealer will pay less than 2 cents for it. Uncirculated specimens sell for 85 cents to $1.00 depending on the mintmark.
Answer . Retail is 20 cents in ANA Good condition. Up to $50 if it is uncirculated and has a D mintmark.
1941 is a very common date for wheat cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 2 cents. More: It all depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. In 1941, the Lincoln Wheat Penny was minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. These are the prices for each… mint according to USA Coin Book: Philadelphia (no mint mark): In good average circulated condition, it is worth about $0.15 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $1.90. In MS63 Choice uncirculated condition, it is worth about $3.75. Philadelphia also minted proof coins, which are worth about $40 in PR63 condition. Denver (small "D" mint mark): In good average circulated condition, it is worth about $0.15 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $3.75. In MS63 Choice uncirculated condition, it is worth about $5.50. San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In good average circulated condition, it is worth about $0.15 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $3.75. In MS63 Choice uncirculated condition, it is worth about $5.50. Below are some links to view the values of the coins for each mint for other intermediate conditions. ( Full Answer )
1944 is a very common date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 2 cents -- uncirculated, about a dollar. More: It all depends on where it was minted and what condition the coin is in. In 1944, the Lincoln Wheat Penny was minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francis…co. These are the prices for each mint according to USA Coin Book: Philadelphia (no mint mark): In Fine condition, it is worth about $0.05 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $0.95. In MS65 Brilliant uncirculated condition, it is worth about $2.75. Denver (small "D" mint mark): In Fine condition, it is worth about $0.05 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $0.80. In MS65 Brilliant uncirculated condition, it is worth about $2.75. D OVER S VARIETY: There is a rare variety coin known as the "D over S". Basically, The Denver Mint punched coins that were already minted in San Francisco and you could still see the "S" mintmark under the "D" mintmark. In worn good condition, it is worth about $46. In fine condition, about $93. In MS60, about $422 and in MS65 Brilliant uncirculated condition, this coin is worth an astounding $2,070. San Francisco (small "S" mint mark): In Fine condition, it is worth about $0.10 while in MS60 mint condition, it is worth about $0.80. In MS65 Brilliant uncirculated condition, it is worth about $6.55. Below are some links to view the values of the coins for each mint for other intermediate conditions. ( Full Answer )
Answer . In circulated condition, it's worth about 3 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about 50 cents.
Answer . 1920 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents.\n. \nWell-worn it's worth about 3 cents.\n. \nLightly worn (with all the lines in the wheat ears well defined) it's worth about $2.00\n. \nA nice uncirculated one is worth about $10-$15
In average circulated condition, these are worth 2-3 cents, since 1952 is a common date. If it's in uncirculated condition, some collectors may be willing to pay a dollar or two at best, since you can buy a whole roll of 50 uncirculated ones for about $10.
No mint mark 10 to 75 cents for a circulated coin, $1.25 to $31 uncirculated D mint mark 10 cents to $1 for a circulated coin, $4.50 to $35 uncirculated S mint mark 12 cents to $1.75 for a circulated coin, $4.50 to $27 uncirculated
Answer . 1901 is not a rare date for Indian Head cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about a dollar. A nice uncirculated one is worth $20-$25
A US Lincoln cent dated 1930 in average circulated is from 25 cents to $1.50
United Kingdom 1928 pennies were struck in very large numbers during George V's reign. If in ordinary circulated condition then maybe 20 - 30p. If in mint state i.e. with original red lustre they can fetch Â£30 - Â£40. Correct as at 22 March 2012
Insufficient information, what country is it from, what condition is it in? it is an australian penny in good condition
Common date circulated coins from the 1940s & 1950s are still only 3 to 5 cents.
To coin collectors, the condition of a coin is as important as its age or rarity, so you are not going to be able to determine the value of a coin by the age alone. We need more information.
That's an extremely broad question. You need to know what their dates are, how worn they are, and for cents dated 1908 and later, where they were minted. US cents (assuming you're not referring to British pennies) have been minted for almost 220 years and at 3 different mints which is why it's …not possible to provide a simple answer. Most cents minted in the last 50 years are only worth a penny, but older ones can be worth tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. Go to Ebay type in what you have (date, mint mark, condition) and compare the prices, its a good guide for someone inexperienced. ( Full Answer )
This depends greatly on the condition of the penny, if it was professionally graded, and ultimately, what a buyer is willing to pay. Check Ebay (http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=1860+indian+head+penny) for pennies that look similar to yours for an idea. Consider having it graded by a professional se…rvice (like PCGS) and listing it on Ebay. ( Full Answer )
I don't really know. That is a question that I am trying to find out, too, but based on my previous knowledge, the older the date on a penny, the more expensive it is. Correction The above answer is only true in the very most general terms. The value of a coin depends on its date, but in add…ition its condition, its mint mark, and overall rarity are critical factors. Despite being over half a century old, so many 1961 cents were minted - over 2.4 billion - that they're still common and still turn up in change. Unless it's in uncirculated or proof condition, it's still only worth 1 cent. ( Full Answer )
In 1920 the US and Canada minted cents, while Britain, Australia, and New Zealand (among other countries) minted pennies. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's country of origin.
it depends on if you just sell as a coin or melt into a mold if you melt then almost 10 cents each if you sell in current form 2 cent each. good luck.
A 1973 Lincoln penny if in okay condition is worth about 15 cents in perfect condition around 35 cents.. My sources are i found the same penny.
The value of a 1875 penny will vary depending on the condition ofthe coin. On average, the coin in good condition is worth anestimated $13 dollars.
The Confederacy existed only from 1860 to 1865. Please check your bill and post a new question with additional details that would help ID it.
Please check your pocket change. You'll find loads of cents from the 1970s, 80s, and 90s. They're all worth exactly one cent each..
if it is still in currency, it would just be a tattered version of a current coin, so just one penny. It is not old enough to have appreciated.
It depends on the date, condition and mintmark. The wheat pennies from 1909-1958 are worth at least 10 cents if has a date on it.
No much, how ever theres was a cut back in 1955, 1955 are worth a lot. . Correction . 1965 cents were minted in huge numbers and are only worth face value unless they're in uncirculated condition.. The 1955 cents the previous answerer cited are valuable only for the rare "double die" variety. A…ll ordinary 1955 cents are worth a few pennies each unless uncirculated. ( Full Answer )
If you're referring to a U.S. cent, they were all made of bronze from mid-1864 to 1942 and again from 1944 to the middle of 1982(*). That means there are hundreds of possible coins to choose from so more information is needed - the date, and if the coin is dated 1908 or later, whether it has a mi…nt mark. To find the mint mark on a 1908 or 1909 Indian cent, look on the back under the wreath to see if it has a small "S". On Lincoln cents, look under the date for a D or S. Any cent that doesn't have a mint mark is normal, it was simply made in Philadelphia. (*) To fill in the gaps, cents were made of steel in 1943 to save copper for the war effort, and the composition was changed to copper-plated zinc in 1982 because copper had become too expensive. ( Full Answer )
The 1955-D Lincoln cent is a very common coin. Circulated coins are 3 to 10 cents. Most uncirculated coins are less than $1.
Most modern cents are only worth face value. If your coin is older than, say, 1960, it could have some collectorvalue. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date.
Depending upon the condition, an 1883 Indian Head penny is worth $2 for a very worn piece to app. $45 for one in uncirculated condition.
San Francisco did not mint any cents until 1908. If you have an 1867 Indian cent it was made in Philadelphia. As of 08/2008 retail prices are $45 in worn condition, $80 with moderate wear, $125+ with slight wear. If it's not an 1867 Indian cent please post a new question.
An 1811 Cornish Accomodation Penny is going for up to Â£9 GBP on eBay. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
A penny from 1822 can be worth varying amounts of money dependingon the condition. Some collectors might be willing to pay as muchas $200 dollars.
US cents minted since mid-1982 are zinc with only a thin layer of copper plating, so the answer is "not much". The coin weighs 2.5 gm of which only 2.5% (0.025) is copper, so there's only 2.5 X 0.025 = .0625 grams of copper in the plating. At today's prices that amount of metal is worth about 4/1…00 of a cent! OTOH if you're talking about older cents, they're made of a bronze alloy containing 95% copper, which makes the metal in them worth about 1.7Â¢ IF you could get enough of them together to make them worth melting ... and IF melting cents weren't illegal. Bottom line: New cents - spend them. Old cents - check with a price guide, dealer, or collector to see if they might be worth more as collectibles. Many aren't, but some cents from the 1930s and earlier can be worth a premium. In any case, you have to know the coins' specific dates, conditions, and mint marks to determine their possible value as collectibles. ( Full Answer )
Circulated US wheat cents from the 40's & 50's are very common and most only have values of 3 to 10 cents. For a guide, go to Ebay and type in exactly what you have and compare condition and prices.
It all depends on the date. Ask a question like the one below but fill in the s according to what your coin. "what is the value of a ". For example: "What is the value of a 1909 US quarter".
The 1811 Capped Bust Dime is a over date, the ones of the number 11 are over a zero and a nine of 09 for the date of 1809. This coin really needs to be graded, because the price increase per grade is significant. Prices are $138.00-$1,620.00 depending on which of the 6 major circulated grades the co…in falls into. I suggest having a dealer or collector see the coin for a grade, or a third-party grading service. ( Full Answer )
Their are 2 kinds of 1811 Classic Head Large Cents and the coin needs to be seen for an accurate assessment. One kind has a normal date,retail values are $108.00 to $420.00 in the first 3 lower grades. The other kind is an "over date" the last 1 of the date 1811 is struck over a 0 and values for thi…s kind are $150.00 to $1,110.00 for the same range of grades. Take it to a coin collector or dealer for a better idea of value. ( Full Answer )
, If you in fact have an 1811 " LARGE CENT" Penny it is worth between $15 in AG-3 grade, all the way up to $850 in an EF-40 grade. The rarest 1811 "LARGE CENT" which has the very last "1 in 1811 stamped on top of a "0"" is worth even more up to $2500 in ef-40 grade.
Nothing. Mexicans and Mexican banks don't accept US change for any transaction. They only accept bills or credit card transactions. Ideally, a penny is worth 11 Mexican cents or 'centavos'.
2009 pennies were made in mass productions. Currently a 2009 penny is only worth a penny unless it is a proof. If it is a proof it will have the mintmark "S" below the date.
Do you mean numismatic value or monetary value? For numismaticvalue it would depend on a wide range of things (the year of thecoin, the condition, etc). Some Canadian pennies are worth a centor two, while others can be worth hundreds (even thousands!).
The D mint mark indicates the coin was made in Denver, but the date is equally important in determining its value. Since 1956 or so the Denver Mint has churned out huge numbers of pennies so anything minted in the last 55 years is unlikely to be worth more than face value. If the coin is older, p…lease post a new question with its specific date. ( Full Answer )
ha-pennies (slang for half-pennies) were issued for hundreds of years by several countries in the British empire / commonwealth. Please post a new question with more details including the coin's date and which country issued it. If there's no country shown, it was most likely issued by the UK.
.....1 cent. It is in common circulation and is made out of copper-plated zinc. It isn't worth anything more than face value.
Just a little more than $0.01... It actually costs the government more than a penny to make a penny, but it's only like a quarter of a cent difference. Any pennies minted before 1982 are solid bronze (95% copper), and are worth more in scrap than newer ones.
It depends on the year and condition of the penny. If it is from any time in the 1950s or later, it is most likely worth nothing to collectors - so it is worth face value (1 cent). All the D means is that is is made in the Denver mint.
The value very much depends on the grade (condition) of the coin. Most are low grade coins that sell from 25 cents to $2.00.
$150.00 to $1,110.00 is the amount of money in which a penny from1811 is worth.
They have a value from a few cents to many thousands of dollarsdepending on the date, condition of the coin,mint mark and otherfactors.