What is a 1948 penny with the number 26 stamped inside a triangle worth?
Someone used a metal punch to alter a normal 1948 cent. That means it has no collector value, and is only worth a cent.
Answer . It's worth at least a penny...\n. \nBut seriously, you need to provide more information to get an appraisal.\n. \nWhat do you mean "double stamped" ?\n. \nIs it a strike double? a die double? a two-headed coin?\n. \nAsk a new question with more details, and perhaps a link to pictur…es of the coin, and we'll try to help. ( Full Answer )
Answer . The missing '0' is generally caused by a foreign substance (like machine grease) getting into the die, preventing the full striking of the coin. This happens more often than you might think. Its value is a dollar or less.
Answer I imagine QUITE A BIT! Although, I am anything but an experton coins, I can garauntee you that there are some really obsessedcollectors out there who would give a pretty penny (pun intended)for that. The US mint (and the mints of most other countries aswell.) are really obsessed with searchin…g out the mis-struck coinsand they also do a good job of preventing them from ever evenhappening in the first place, what you have there could be worth aLOT of money. SAVE IT!!!! (or give it to me if you feel like it.) Answer In reality ... If this is a mint error, it happened when two coinblanks entered the stamping machine at the same time. One wouldhave Lincoln's head stamped on one side and a blank back, and theother would have the Lincoln Memorial stamped on the back and ablank front. Usually, this will also cause a mis-shaping of bothcoins, because there is twice as much metal in the press as there'ssupposed to be. These error coins can be worth well over $100,however... This error is magnitudinally rarer than the number ofpeople asking questions about this type of coin. Therefore I haveto believe that what you have is an altered coin -- somethingsomebody altered after the coin left the mint -- most likely one oftwo pieces used for a "Magician's Coin", and has no value. See :varietynickels (dot) com/articles/twotailed (dot) htm You can be sure by getting a professional first-hand appraisal.Check out the ANACS website for a list of shows where you can takeyour coin and get it examined : anacs (dot) com/shows (dot) htmlGood luck! (replace (dot) with . when copying the link) ( Full Answer )
Answer . This is known as an "unstruck" or "blank" planchet error. With all the pennies that get struck each year, this error is actually relatively common. You can buy these at most coin shows for a dollar or less.
Answer . Sounds like you have a broadstrike error. This is a coin that was struck outside the retaining collar. Without the collar the coin spreads out and is larger than the normal size.\n. \nLincoln cents are generally worth about $5.00. Very wide and well centered pieces will bring more.
Answer . I've seen nickels struck on cent blanks, but not cents struck on nickel blanks -- the blanks are too large for the feeder tubes.\n. \nI suggest you contact Mike Byers -- an error expert. His website is here :\n. \nhttp://mikebyers.com
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 e…valuation should be made by a reputable dealer in error coins. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nThis type of minting error is called 'Off Center'. the coins with nearly all the impression missing are worth \nmore, but those with those with date and mint mark are worth the most. Average worth of a wheat penny with \noff center error is $3.50.
oh, yes. it should be worth a bit, if not a lot . i'm no antique specialist *, but a silver penny is not something you see everyday, so, yea, it should be worth something. . You probably have either a 1943 Steel Cent that is in such poor condition that the date is not clear or a 1948 cent that ha…s been plated or coated with a silver-colored substance. Either of these is worth one cent. You MAY have a cent that was struck on a dime planchet. In this case, it will be far thinner and lighter than a normal cent. This error would be worth from $10 to ???, depending on its condition.. (*) Obviously... ( Full Answer )
a 1948 penny is worth about 5 cents if it is in bad condition, but if it is ok condition it is probley worth about 10 or 15 cents and if it is uncirculated it's worth 50 cents.
Great Britain Scott #1 . Today it can be purchased for $3500-6000 in mint condition, $3000 unused, $150-200 for used good condition, and $10 for used poor condition. (USD) (Approx.)
1Â¢ It's a novelty item made by a private company by altering a genuine cent and selling it at an inflated price as a "collectible".
1Â¢. The extra letters were added privately, after the coin was minted, and that means it's considered to be an altered or damaged coin.
The key to valuation is an accurate assessment of the condition of the coin. Some of the "best" double die cents from 1955 can currently go for as much as $1200 to $1300 depending on the all-important condition.
Not enough information. Please post a new question with the coin's date and a detailed description of the mis-strike* FWIW #1: Coins are said to be struck or minted. "Printing" refers to paper and ink, like dollar bills FWIW #2: "mis" has only one s. "Miss Strike" sounds like a small-town beau…ty contest winner. ( Full Answer )
Well, I don't know about mine, but yours is worth about 5 or 6 cents. Note also that the word is penny rather than "pennie"
The worth of a triple stamped penny will vary depending upon itscirculation and overall condition. It can be worth anywhere from$1.00 to thousands of dollars.
Depends what year, and the condition. If you are talking about a half NEW penny stamp, that's unused, then it's worth just that. Half a new penny.
double stamped or double die pennies can be worth A LOT!!! yours is probly at a normal circulated condition worth over $10,000 easily . Correction . The first statement is correct. The second one is incorrect in both spelling and amount. You need to have your coin inspected by a dealer or appra…iser who is trained in examining error coins. There are several causes of doubling - hub doubling, double-strikes, etc. and a value can't be determined without an in-person examination. ( Full Answer )
Given that description, the stamp could be one of hundreds of different red 1 cent stamps. You will have to provide better identification or a Catalog Number. Check in your local library for catalogs that can help you narrow down the exact stamp. Consult a stamp catalog such as Scott's, for a des…cription on how stamps are rated and graded.. ( Full Answer )
1Â¢ It wasn't struck that way at the mint. Someone used a metal punch to add those numbers later. That makes it a damaged coin and it has lost any collector value. In any case you haven't lost much, because 1941 is a common date among penny collectors. Undamaged but circulated, the coin woul…d have been worth a few cents to a quarter depending on how worn it is. ( Full Answer )
If it hasn't been used, it can be used for one cents worth of postage. Collectors' value is going to be difficult to determine. Consult a stamp catalog to identify the stamp and how to determine the condition.
Yes, one cent. Billions were minted. And the "D" is called a mint mark, not a stamp. Cents with a D under the date were made in Denver. Those with an S came from San Francisco, and the ones without any letter were made in Philadelphia.
This will require more research. There were many stamps issued worth a penny in the 1890's. Many different countries issued them as well. Consult a stamp catalog, check your local library, to identify exactly what stamp you have. And the catalog will also provide you an idea of the value..
how much is the 26 cent shrine of democracy worth. it did come with the first ever western union mial gram message sent via satellite. it was electronicly sent from New york to Los Angles and aproxitmitley 47,000 mile at the speed of light. How muych is this worth unopened?
That depends on what plate it is. Some are only worth a few pence but a few such as plate 77 ones are really rare and could sell for loads (i heard of one plate 77 penny red sold for 160 grand!)
Presumably you mean the Penny Lilac issued in 1881 and in use from 1881 to 1901. The value depends upon several criteria: 1. The Die used to produce the stamp - Die I has 14 dots in each corner; Die II has 16 dots. Die I stamps are usually more valuable than their Die II equivalent. 2. The circul…ation condition - unmounted mint stamps (exactly as issued by the post office) are usually more valuable than their mounted mint (hinged) equivalent, which in turn are usually more valuable than their used equivalent. 3. Condition - undamaged stamps are more valuable than their damaged equivalent. Thus an umounted mint 14-dot stamp in pristine condition is likely to be worth many times more than a 16-dot used stamp in poor condition etc. In addition to these general guidelines, other criteria may influence the value i.e. whether the watermark is upright or inverted etc. Furthermore, some used stamps may have been cancelled (used postally) with a scarce postmark and may be much more valuable than normal. The current market shows an average used 16-dot stamp (reasonably good condition) being likely to sell for less than Â£1.00. ( Full Answer )
July 3, 2009. A 1948-D cent is fairly common and can be bought for about 3 or 4 cents in circulated condition and in brillant uncirculated condition it can be bought for $3-$6
Proper valuation will require a more detailed identification. Consult a postage stamp catalog, Scotts is a standard in the US. It should be available in your local library. It will help you determine the specific stamp and provide a value for you.
Not enough information to determine the answer here. You will have to consult a knowledgable collector or a catalog. They will be able to look at the stamp and help identify it. Then you can find an estimated catalog value.
http://www.925-1000.com/index.html Check this website, most likely is the initial of the artist, or a stamp of a particular country. !
Question doesn't make sense. A penny farthing is an old kind of bicycle with a big front wheeland a small rear wheel. By 1947 they were too old to be useful butnot old enough to be interesting. Scrap value. Pennies and farthings were coins. They have separate values.
A copper blank is pretty much without value. There is no way to know if it is actually a penny blank. It could be a punch out waste product from all sorts of equipment manufacturing.
You need to re-post this with more information. A mis-struck penny can be any number of things, an off-center strike, a broadstrike, a penny struck on a dime, etc. without knowing the exact nature of the error, it is impossible to figure even a very, very, rough estimate of how much your coin is wor…th. ( Full Answer )
yes you can recycle it. The number tells the recycle center what type of plastic itis. Some times they will gather all the same numbers
There are too many variables to provide an answer here. Is the stamp used or mint? Is it US or another country? How old is it? The stamp could have been issued a month ago or 170 years ago. Is it in good condition or ripped and thin? Consult a good stamp catalog to learn how to identify the stamp… and to understand how they are valued. ( Full Answer )
It would vary on if the stamp was ever used, the year it was made,and condition it is in now.
Yep! Depending on how much of it is left unstamped, the value rangefrom $2 to $10.
It's likely been damaged or altered but error coins need to be seen, take to a coin dealer.
There are a dozens of 3 penny stamps. It was the longest rate for postage You will have to consult an online catalog for information to figure out which one you have. That will provide you an estimate on the value.
The SGP inside a triangle was the mark of Stavre Gregor Panis 1889-1974 who was a well known silversmith from Cape Cod Massachusetts. His pieces were hand wrought and hammered and were intricately pierced. His wife Gladys 1900-2001 designed the pieces that he made. Their work is a fine example of th…e arts and crafts movement and are highly desirable. Prices varying according to pieces, jewelry, tea strainers, napkin rings, bookmarks, etc. ( Full Answer )
It will require proper identification, including the country that issued it. Consulting a catalog will help, you can find them online or in your local library. It will also provide a general value.
It means that the ring is made from 9k gold 9 does not mean a ring is 9k unless there 1s a "k" involved I have never seen a ring that was designated 9k/ Usually you will see 10,12.14,18 or 24k unless the ring was custom crafted at 9k. It is more than likely 9 is the ring size. Hope this is helpfu…l! ( Full Answer )
how much is 1964 penny blue stamp worth ? i have 2 still inoriginal book
No mint mark simply means it was minted in Philadelphia. It's not a rare coin, and is currently worth about 5 cents.
Take another look at that date. Given that the year 2017 is still five years away, no real coins will have that year yet.
All error coins need to be seen. Take it to a coin dealer or collector. If the weight, thickness and diameter are all correct, you may have something of value. But it likely has been altered after it was struck.
the stamp shows that the ring is of 14 karat gold piece; to check if it is real or not.
There isn't any stamp that is called a penny purple. You need todescribe the stamp - include country and if you can date and whatis on the stamp.
The coin has been altered and has no collectible value. This is notan Mint error.