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How much was a penny worth in 1936?

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2010-10-07 08:17:03

I'm not sure of what you're asking here. In 1936 a penny was

worth $0.01, but if you want to know what a 1936 penny is worth

today then maybe this will help you. 1936 Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny;

With no mint mark, in very good condition is worth $0.10,

uncirculated is worth $5.00, proof is worth $135.00. Also 1936 with

no mint mark were some that were 'double die' obv., and they are

worth from $45.00 to $750.00 depending on condition. 1936 penny

with D mint mark, in very good condition is worth $0.10,

uncirculated is worth $8.00. With S mint mark in very good

condition is worth $0.10, uncirculated is worth $8.00

The information blow refers to a 1936 Canadian Penny.

This Coin - one of three 1936 dated pennies made by the Royal

Mint with a "dot" below the date and bearing the image of King

George V - has fetched $160,000 in online bids ahead of an auction

in New Yrk next week, when it is expected to go for at least

$300,000. The mint placed the dots as it experimented with making

currency in 1937 that carried the previous year's date. George's

Edward VIII, had abdicated the throne, leaving the mint without a

monarch's face to grace the coins. - Toronto Sun


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