I'm not familiar with any 1922 cents that were double-struck (*). Could you provide more information? Most commonly a double strike shows two images on the same side of the coin, somewhat out of alignment with each other, or each side has the standard image and the opposite side's image intermixed.
(*) FWIW, coins are said to be struck, not "stamped"
Is it a US penny? If so is there a mint mark?
Look at the coin again, no US dimes were struck in 1922.
A "Penny Farthing" was a type of bicycle, so called because of the disparate size of the front and back wheels which were likened to a Penny and a Farthing. The Penny Farthing bicycle had probably long since fallen from favour by 1922.
Nothing. Modified coins have no collector value.
No US quarters were struck in 1922. The US did not make ANY quarters dated 1922.
Be more specific no 1922 half dollars were struck
A Penny Reward - 1922 was released on: USA: 14 May 1922
The 1922 Canadian penny is worth about 50cents to 1.00
Uncirculated > Up to $120.00.....Circulated > 7.50 to $32.50
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Between $13 and $230. In the future please include the condition of the coin so I can value it more precisely for you.
The cast of Penny Ante - 1922 includes: Harry Mann
In 1922 the only Lincoln cent struck was a 1922-D, worn dies and over polishings caused the D not to strike up well or be completely missing from the coin and are highly valued
The 1922 Australian Penny has no mintmark. Actual mintages were Melbourne - 9,529,440 and Perth - 3,168,000. Identical dies were used so the issuing mint for a particular 1922 Penny cannot be determined.
There's no 1922 Barber half dollar. The Walking Liberty series began in 1916, and none were struck in 1922 due to low demand.
86.225.994 coins were struck in 1922. It is not a rare coin, its value : about 1 dollar in good condition !
In 1922 all Lincoln cents were struck at the Denver Mint, the coin should have a "D" mintmark under the date. Some of the coins are missing the mintmark because worn dies and over polishings caused the D not to strike up well or be completely missing from the coin. These coins have a much higher value than the regular 1922-D issue. Many 1922-D Lincolns have had the mintmark removed, the coin should be seen for a accurate value.
It depends on the state of the coin. It can range from £1 in poor condition to perhaps £40 in uncirculated condition.
Penny Chenery was born in 1922, in Virginia, USA.
The coin needs to be seen, take it to a dealer or collector for an assessment
Double Trouble - 1922 was released on: USA: October 1922
A "penny farthing" is an old type of bicycle, so I assume you're referring to either a British penny or a British farthing. However they're different coins: there were four farthings in one penny. Please determine what you have and post a new, separate question.
No dimes were struck in 1922.
Indian head pennies were no longer minted after 1909, so a 1922 Indian head penny would be quite rare.
Please take another look and post a new question. No wheat cents were struck in San Francisco during 1922.