What is a 1975 penny worth with the state of Utah stamped on it?
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".
Answer This is a novelty coin -- one of fifty states that were stamped onto normal pennies by a private company to make up sets with all the states on them. They were usually mounted on some kind of board and sold for a few dollars. I saw a set sell on eBay recently for about $20, but the individual coins have little value.
1975 gold penny w/ 12-31-74 stamped above is worth the weight in gold about 3 dwt Correction These are NOT real gold. A private company took regular cents, gold-plated them, and used a metal punch to add the date 12-31-74 which is when the US again allowed private ownership of gold. The coins were sold as keepsakes and novelty items but they have no numismatic value (except for 1¢, of course).
In general a 1975 Stamped signature souvenir baseball is worth about $10.-$20. Souvenir baseballs, with facsimile autographs (Stamped) were sold at ballparks across the country. These souvenir baseballs have been a fan favorite for decades, and is one of the first souvenirs kids get when they go to their first Major league baseball game. Most of them have been used to submission, or the signatures faded over the years. But the few that make it…
If it's a genuine flip-over double strike error, it could be worth $50 to $100 or more. If it's something that some person did to the coin after it left the mint, it's worthless. Check out the ANACS website for information on how to submit your coin for certification, and also for a list of shows they attend, where you can take your coin and get a free first-hand professional appraisal : http://www.anacs.com
It's from a set made privately to honor each state. It's just an ordinary cent that someone stamped with WY for Wyoming. However there's almost no secondary market for these so-called "collectibles" so it has little or no value. A coin collector would consider it to be an altered coin and would only pay face value.
There were no circulation 1975 US cents struck at San Francisco, only proof coins. If you received a 1975-S cent in change, the fact that it's been spent destroyed its value as a proof coin. The good news though is that you haven't lost much. Even in its original packaging it was only worth a couple of dollars.
These coins are still potentially in circulation so, unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they are worth 1 Penny. A British 1975 bronze 1 New Penny (Elizabeth II), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £0.20 GBP. A British 1975 bronze 1 New Penny (Elizabeth II)(Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch…
I'm not sure what you mean by penny rim. If you mean it is smooth and has no reeding, that's 99.999% certain to be due to wear on a 32-year-old coin, or from someone filing off the reeds. If you mean that it is copper color, did you ever look at any other dimes in your pocket? ALL dimes, quarters, and halves are struck on "sandwich" blanks that have a copper core. Either way, you…