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The Kennedy counter stamp was not done by the U.S. Mint. It's a novelty coin that has no numismatic collectible value at all.

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Not much, such a coin was not produced by the US mint and was done outside of the mint which pretty much ruins all collector value. Serious collectors will view it as a damaged coin (and 1977 pennies aren't worth much anyways) and it is worth a cent to collectors and perhaps a bit more to someone who collects Kennedy or Lincoln memorabilia but no serious coin collector would buy it for any more than a penny.


Nothing, none were made. Your coin is plated. It would be "cents-less" to make a penny out of silver because it would be worth more than a dollar.


1865 would make it an early Indian head penny, not a Lincoln wheat penny. It's not the rarest of dates. In worn condition it's worth around $10, and in uncirculated condition it's worth a little over $100.


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1918 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 5 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $20


What would a picture of President Kennedy nurgruration be worth in great condition


The 1923 s Lincoln wheat penny of which about 8.7 million were minted is worth between 3 and 400 dollars American currently depending on condition. Condition relates to value in almost all coins. One in good condition as would be expected if found in circulation in your change would be about $3.50.



1928 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth about 3 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $8


The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.


The Lincoln, Wheat Ears Reverse penny weighs 3.11 grams. The Lincoln, Memorial Reverse penny (1959 to 1982) weighs 3.11 grams. The Lincoln, Memorial Reverse penny (1982 to present) weighs 2.5 grams. So it would all depend on which year the penny was minted.


Coins in average circulated condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents. Uncirculated coins can be $20.00 or more


The intrinsic value of a 1952 penny would be 0.93 cents at the approximate current value of copper. As for its numismatic value, that varies from year to year. Currently it might be worth as much as $4.00 in excellent condition, otherwise it might be worth around fifteen cents.


A "Complete Set" of 1943 steel Lincoln cents would only be 3 coins. If uncirculated they may be worth as much as $5.00.



A 1883 Indian Head penny would be worth $3 if worn, $16 if none circulated.


It's worth 2 cents for the copper.


Before the Lincoln penny (1909 - when he would have been 100 years old) it was a Native American.


Only a penny, they don't have any really collectors value. The only value would be if the coin is uncirculated ($.35 with no mint mark, $.10 with S or D mint mark), proof is worth $1.00.


There is nothing special about a 1984 penny, so its just 1 cent. There are a few 1984 pennies that are referred to as double ear 1984s and from what I have found they are worth about 3,500.00 The ear lobe looks like it has two ear lobes or an extra long one.


This would depend on what country the coin is from.


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.


Depending on the condition, an 1803 Indian Penny can be worth a lot. At worst, it would be worth $50 in today's market.


My guess would be that it was plated with gold (or a gold-colored metal) after minting, and that it is thus worth about a penny.


An MS-60 1955-S penny would sell for around $2-3 retail.



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