Please check your coin again. No US cents were minted in 1815. You may have a privately minted token, a half cent, or possibly even a counterfeit piece.
1856 3 cent coin value
No, there isn't a .75 cent value of a US coin. However, there are coins that are equal to $1.00 value.
No there as never been a U.S. coin with a 75 cent face value.
The 1901 US Indian Head cent is not rare. The value of an average circulated coin is $1.00-$3.00.
The coin has face value only.
One cent, it's not that old
If it was found in change, the coin is face value. A uncirculated coin is about 25 cents.
Kennedy is on the US half dollar (50 cent) coin and Lincoln is on the penny (1 cent) coin.
Sorry, no US twenty cent coins (1875-1878) were struck in 1944 look at the coin again.
The coin is still found in circulation and only face value.
The US has never made a one cent silver coin. It's likely been plated as a novelty coin or to be used as jewelry. It has no collectible value.
Check that coin again. The only years for the US 20 cent coin was 1875-78.
The value of a 1931 Canadian 1 cent coin depends on its condition. You can expect to fetch between 0.50 and 3 US dollars for such a coin in good condition.
It's still worth exactly one cent.
The 1809 Classic Head Large cent is a higher value coin. It needs to be seen for an accurate value. Take it to a coin dealer for a assessment. In the lowest collectible grade, it has a retail value of $125.00.
A common brown 1934 Lincoln cent has a retail value of 15 to 30 cents.
Unless it's a proof coin, just face value.
A "dime", or ten-cent piece, has a value of 0.1 dollars.
Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. The US never minted a 2.5 cent coin.
Australia has never issued a "dime" coin. A "dime" is a US 10 cent coin. The first Australian 10 cent coin was issued in 1966.
The U.S. Mint has never issued a 4 cent coin.