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This is a standard US cent stamped with the Kennedy bust after leaving the Mint, probably as part of a rash of products to honor JFK and/or to show the alleged similarities between the lives of the two Presidents. The etching/stamping actually ruins the collectible value for most coin collectors, although there may be some after-market value for those few fans of these coins who don't already have one.

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Most likely the image you see on your penny is John F. Kennedy. These Lincoln/Kennedy novelty items were popular advertising items back in the 70's. This is not something done at the Mint. Somebody took a stamp and manually counterstamped Kennedy's image onto the penny after it left the mint. These novelty items generally sell for about a dollar. Dan


the smallest value of a coin is a penny.


It is a British Penny and a US coin cut in half and stuck to each other. It has no value.


Kennedy is on the US half dollar (50 cent) coin and Lincoln is on the penny (1 cent) coin.


There seems to be some confusion here. Kennedy is on the half dollar, while Lincoln is on the penny. A 1974 Kennedy half is worth 50 cents. A '74 Lincoln cent is worth 2 cents for its copper content.


It's almost certainly either a privately-issued piece or a genuine penny that was altered. Either way it has no collector value.


Sorry, It's a novelty coin with no numismatic value.


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