1948 Lincoln type, Wheat Ears Reverse, with no mint mark; very fine condition-$0.10 extra fine condition-$0.20 almost uncirculated condition-$0.60 uncirculated condition-$1.50
No mint mark means it's from Philadelphia. A penny from that year is worth around 3-10 cents on average.
There was no 1948 New Zealand Penny minted.
its wort about $25.00 u.s dollars.
0.7 of an American penny
1948 Lincoln cents are very common, most are valued at 3 to 10 cents.
In average condition, 5 to 10¢
1948 is a common date, even for S-mint cents. Its value ranges from 5 to 10 cents depending on condition.
A U.S. 1948 wheat sheaves cent value ranges from 3 cents to 90 cents depending on wear.
26.616 million Australian 1948 Pennies were minted at the Melbourne Mint and have no mintmark. 1.533 million Australian 1948 Pennies were minted at the Perth Mint. An Australian 1948 Penny minted at the Perth Mint has a dot (.) after the (Y) in PENNY (PENNY.).
Penny Mickelbury was born in 1948.
Less than a dime, in average condition. Cents without mint marks are minted in Philadelphia.
The Royal Mint produced 63,961,200 One Penny coins dated 1948.
Penny and the Pownall Case - 1948 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:PG
It's worth about 3 cents. Post-WWII wheat cents aren't rare or valuable.
A circulated business strike 1948 Lincoln cent has a value from about 2 cents to about $2 or 3 dollars depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
Someone used a metal punch to alter a normal 1948 cent. That means it has no collector value, and is only worth a cent.
Murder of Penny Bell was born on 1948-02-28.
The U.S. never made a silver one cent coin. It's likely been plated and has no more than face value.
Penny McLean was born on October 4, 1948, in Klagenfurt, Carinthia, Austria.
Penny DeHaven was born on May 17, 1948, in Winchester, Virginia, USA.
No. All 20th century British predecimal Pennies were made from bronze. If you have a gold Penny, it is because somebody has plated it, perhaps for the birth of a child or some similar memorable occasion. Modified coins have no collector value.
There is no such coin. U.S. cents were never struck in silver. All 1948 cents were struck in a bronze alloy like most other cents up till 1982.Are you sure you don't have a 1943 cent? These were struck in steel as a way to save copper for the war effort. In circulated condition it might be worth 25 to 50 cents depending on the amount of wear.Another user answer~In fact that is incorrect I also have a 1948 silver penny and it is not steel or sync Not sure the value but they do exist
An Eire (Irish) 1948 bronze Penny (chicken), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £15 GBP. If it has been circulated but still in good condition, it might fetch anything from £2 to £4 GBP. An Eire (Irish) 1948 bronze Penny (chicken)(Proof FDC), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to £350 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.