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.
What would the worth of a 1901 penny be?
Your coin has been plated. The U.S. never struck a silver cent. At that time it would have been worth about 12 cents, and the Mint wouldn't give away 11 cents on each penny.
It's only a penny spend it.
It is worth a penny.
A 1883 Indian Head penny would be worth $3 if worn, $16 if none circulated.
A Silver Penny struck in 1600 would bear the image of Queen Elizabeth I on the front, with the legend "E D G ROSA SINE SPINA" on the reverse, there would be a shield with lions passent and fleurs de lis with a legend saying which city the coin was struck in.
It's worth 2 cents for the copper.
Someone used a metal punch to alter it. It's damage rather than a Mint error, so your coin unfortunately has no numismatic worth above its face value.
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.
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.
This would depend on what country the coin is from.
A 1999 Denver Mint penny is not worth appreciably more than other pennies. In most collections, this penny would only be worth one cent.
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.
Before the Lincoln penny (1909 - when he would have been 100 years old) it was a Native American.
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.
About 3 cents.
Depends on WHICH penny, and condition. In the US, an average circulated Indian Head Penny sells for about a dollar.
A 1957 wheat penny would be worth about 20 cents in very fine condition.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin has been plated.
the oldest penny is in the cavemen days and it is worth over 1,000,000 dollars if you find one if i were you i would sell it to a pawn shop that is rich...
For U.S. coins, 1901 would make it an Indian Head cent, worth a couple dollars. If it shows a woman's face, it would probably be Queen Victoria, making it either a Canadian or British penny.
It is worth about 50 cents in good condition. You would be lucky to get $2 for it.
Not much maybe a dime.