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What is a 1975 penny worth with the state of Utah stamped on it?

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2007-12-22 22:30:18
2007-12-22 22:30:18

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".

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1¢. The extra letters were added privately, after the coin was minted, and that means it's considered to be an altered or damaged coin.

It's worth about 2 cents for the copper.

It's currently worth about 2 cents for the copper.

It's worth about 2 cents for its copper content.

Its a common date and only worth face value for whatever country it is from.

One onehundreds of and American penny

One cent. It's a novelty piece made outside of the Mint by stamping a little image into the coin's obverse. These are available in bulk as giveaways and promotional items, but they have no numismatic value.

The last Australian Penny was minted in 1964. There was never a 1975 Australian Penny.

In circulated condition, it has about 2 cents worth of copper in it. A nice uncirculated one is worth about 5 cents.

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Five cents in completely uncirculated condition. If your penny has any type of wear/tarnish/evidence of circulation, it is just worth face value.

Laura Penny was born in 1975.

One cent (Canadian or US since the exchange rates are so similar). 1975 is a common date and only worth a penny regardless of the shape it is in. The hole was created after the coin left the mint and so the coin is damaged and worthless to a collector.

AnswerThis 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.

Unsere Penny - 1975 is rated/received certificates of: West Germany:o.Al.

1975 gold penny w/ 12-31-74 stamped above is worth the weight in gold about 3 dwtCorrectionThese 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).

It's an ordinary 1975 cent that a private organization overpunched and handed out to celebrate the law that allowed private gold ownership. It has no extra value to collectors, though.

The last Australian Penny was minted in 1964.

Penny Phang was born in 1975, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

how much is a 1950's American penny worth?? $0.01 exactly the same amount of course if it is a rare un-circulated coin it could be worth 1000 times more that $0.01 would now be worth $500

It sounds like something issued privately as a so-called collectible. SD may refer to South Dakota or - ??? In any case, plated coins are rarely worth much more than face value because there's almost no secondary market where you can resell them.

No US quarters are dated 1975, all have the dual date 1776-1976

.......There are no such coins as state pennies. There is only the State Quarter program (where all quarters outside of mint packaging are only worth 25 cents) but that started in 1999.

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 through the years are desirable.


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