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How much is an Irish Penny dated 1928 worth?

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The 1928 Irish penny is is bronze, weighs 9.45 grams and measures 30.9 mm in diameter. The obverse has an Irish harp with "19" to the left and "28" to the right, and the legend "SAORSTAT EIREANN" (Irish Gaelic for "IRISH FREE STATE") just inside the rim, and the reverse has a hen with chick and the denomination in both words and numbers.

9,000,000 of these coins (KM#3) were produced in 1928. According to the Standard Catalog of World Coins, an example in Fine condition would be valued at US$0.50, an example in Very Fine condition would be valued at US$1.00, an example in Extremely Fine condition would be valued at US$4.00, and an example in Uncirculated condition would be valued at US$20.00. Additionally, 6,001 Proof example were produced; these would be valued at US$18.50 each.

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