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# How much is a penny worth if it is not stamped on either side?

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###### 2005-11-30 16:50:58

This is known as an "unstruck" or "blank" planchet error. With all the pennies that get struck each year, this error is actually relatively common. You can buy these at most coin shows for a dollar or less.

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It is worth one cent. 1976 was not long enough ago to be more valuable.

The coin needs to be seen for an accurate assessment, take it to a coin dealer. It could be worth as much as \$30.00

The coin is only one cent, the counter stamped date adds nothing to the value.

Yep! Depending on how much of it is left unstamped, the value range from \$2 to \$10.

well think about it how much is a penny worth

how much is a 1867 Canadian penny worth

It is about how old it is so all pennies are worth a penny in 1870s but now it is worth millions

A wheat penny is worth about \$1,000,000

A penny minted in 2013 is worth a penny, or 1 cent.

A penny from the 1811 is worth \$150.00 to \$1,110.00.

If your penny is purple, it's probably only worth a penny.

1¢. The extra letters were added privately, after the coin was minted, and that means it's considered to be an altered or damaged coin.

This type of minting error is called 'Off Center'. the coins with nearly all the impression missing are worth more, but those with those with date and mint mark are worth the most. Average worth of a wheat penny with off center error is \$3.50.

An amount of copper that size is probably worth very little (not even enough to be exchanged for cash).

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

This penny is now worth as much as \$1,500.

Well it depends. There is a 1970 penny that can either be worth 60 bucks or just 35 cents. just to the difference of the size of the seven in the date. Also if they have mistakes only then they would worth something. But besides that, a penny frankly is just worth a penny.

i have a 1700 penny and im wondering how much it will be ?

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