1856 Young Head Large Cent; in good condition is worth $12.00, in fine condition is worth $16.00, uncirculated is worth $150.00
The 1856 Large Cent retails at $15.00-$25.00 for a coin with heavy wear: Medium wear $30.00-$55.00 Light wear $60.00-$90.00 Uncirculated starting at $100.00+
No such thing. The last year for large cents was 1857.
1856 3 cent coin value
All US one cent coins were minted in Philadelphia until 1908 when the San Francisco Mint struck a 1908-S Indian Head Cent for the first time.
The US Large Cent was disconinued in 1857. The Flying Eagle type small cent was minted from 1856 to 1858. The Indian Cent was discontinued in 1909. The Lincon cent is still in production today although it has been redesigned every 50 years since 1909. The US 2 cent coin was minted from 1864 to 1873.
An 1849 Braided Hair Large cent is not a rare or scarce coin. Most show heavy wear with values from $20.00-$35.00.
No US Large cents exist date 1872. The last year of issue was 1857.
Two different U.S. one cent coins are dated 1857. A large cent and a small cent. Post new question with more information.
The 1856 Large Cent retails at $15.00-$25.00 for a coin with heavy wear: Medium wear $30.00-$55.00 Light wear $60.00-$90.00 Uncirculated starting at $100.00+ If yours has a picture of a flying eagle on it, take it to a collector right away. These are very rare.
The US Large Cents were not produced until 1793. Please examine your coin to determine which country it was made in.
It's still worth one cent US.
You don't have a large cent because the last large cent was made in 1857. Any US cent dated 1863 should be an Indian Head cent. What you might have is a privately made token or something of that sort because it is not a US mint product if it is a large cent or not an Indian Head Cent.
1.55 Euro Cent
It's worth exactly one cent.
The first US cent issued by the United States Mint was the Large Cent in 1793.
The first 5-cent US nickel was made in 1866, the 3-cent nickel in 1865, and the copper-nickel flying eagle 1-cent in 1856.
Sorry, the first cent produced by the US Treasury was the Flowing Hair Large Cent, Chain Reverse in 1793. I do not have data of the worth of a coin minted in 1735.
Two cent pieces were minted from 1864 to 1873. Please check again and post a new question.
As at 18Feb09 one US Cent was worth about half an Indian rupee, one US Dollar being worth INR49.80.
It's still worth one cent.
The first US one cent coin was the 1793 Flowing Hair large cent.
If you mean a US small cent (1856 to date) the diameter is 19.2mm and the thickness at the rim is 1.55mm.
The silver in it is worth about $2 US.
1846 is not a rare date for large cents. In average circulated condition, it's worth $10-$15.