If the "penny side" is copper-colored, then it is probably a magician's coin manufactured from a quarter and a cent, in which case it has no collector's value. On the other hand, if it has a cent reverse where the quarter reverse should be, it may be a legitimate error coin. This determination and evaluation should be made by a reputable dealer in error coins.
i have a penny ,the back is stamped ,the front is slightly stamped like an outline of the face , maybe 2 numbers ,very hard to see
If the back of the penny is just blank, this penny can be worth a fortune. Have the penny appraised at a coin dealer.
not in the penny
i have a quarter with no back on it no date with a P
Two wheels on a Penny Farthing: the front one is larger than the back one in proportions similar to the former currency items penny and farthing, which was only worth a quarter of a penny and was much smaller.
Check with any local coin collector for sure, but this coin can be worth a LOT of money.
It's very difficult to evaluate a suspected error coin based solely on a description. These coins should be examined in person by a dealer who's familiar with minting mistakes.
A quarter from 2006 would still be worth 25 cents.
These generally sell in the $5 to $10 range.
its worth $00.1.
about 1 cent.
you wouldn't think it would be worth more than a penny. I have one and it is from the Bahama's, and the date is 2004.
Most are worth 3 to 10 cents
It is worth one cent unless it is uncirculated?
It's worth one cent.
A 1911 wheat back penny range's any where from 55 cents to 55 dollars. A perfect wheat back penny will get you 55 dollars.
California uses the same coins as the rest of the states, with Lincoln on the penny and Washington on the quarter. The California state quarter has John Muir on the back.
ten thousands dollars
They are usually worth 3 or 4 cents
Lincoln is pictured on usually pictured on the front of the penny. 2009 is the only date that he was on the back. These pennies are very common and worth only 1 cent.