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They are not feathers, they are wheat ears. Also the singular of "pennies" is "penny"

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Average value is 3 to 5 cents.


Those are wheat stalks, not feathers. And it's worth about 2-3 cents unless it is in exceptionally fine condition.


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Average value is 3 to 5 cents


3-10 cents, depending on condition.


A 1952 Canadian pennie is worth around 2-4 cents I am not kidding peeps


About 25 cents. Exceptional coins will have a higher value.


Average circulated coins are 3 to 10 cents. Uncirculated can be as much as $20.00



In average condition, about a dollar. A nice one is worth about $5. Uncirculated, about $20.More:It depends on whether you're talking about an American or Canadian cent, usually called a penny (not "pennie", btw) or a British penny. There's more information at the Related Questions.


The 1941 nickel doesn't contain any silver, and is worth maybe 10 cents.


Pennies in 1941 were mostly copper, not nickel, and they're worth about 5 cents.


The 1941 Belgium 5 franc coin is worth about 4-5 dollars.


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A 1941 US half dollar in good condition is worth about $9. If it is in uncirculated condition, it would be worth about $26 to $40.


Penny, not pennie; bronze, not steel. If you have a 1953 cent that appears to be steel it's almost certainly plated. In any case, if it were steel it would stick to a magnet so that's the first thing to check.


Penny, not pennie; Bronze, not steel. If you have a 1939 cent that appears to be steel it's almost certainly plated. In any case, if it were steel it would stick to a magnet so that's the first thing to check.


.35-5.00 depending on condition.


The coin is a well known novelty with many different dates and has no collectible value.


1941 is a very common date. A circulated coin is worth 2 cents.


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worth to 100$ with all Lincoln penny's in it.


NO known 1941 US gold dollars.


A penny was worth a penny 1D in old money , there was 240 pennys to a pound.


With a date of 1941, it's a common Washington quarter, most are valued only for the silver, about $5.00.