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2011-03-22 17:25:39
2011-03-22 17:25:39

It's a novelty coin made by different private companies over the years that have no collectible value, NOT a product of the US Mint.

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5 dollars

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The coin is still in circulation and only face value.


The British New Penny was not introduced until 1971.


The coin is still found in circulation and only face value.


It's worth 2 cents for the copper.


The coin is in circulation today and is face value.


1 penny - no more unless you find some mug who is prepared to pay more for it.


The coin has no more than face value unless it looks like a new penny then it may be worth 25 cents.


It's worth about 2 cents for its copper content.


This coin is only worth face value since it is still a coin that is in circulation.


It's a novelty coin that has no collectible value.


Only a penny, they don't have any really collectors value. The only value would be if the coin is uncirculated ($.35 with no mint mark, $.10 with S or D mint mark), proof is worth $1.00.


There were no British Pennies minted in 1969. Old Pennies were last minted in 1967 and the New Pennies were first issued in 1971.


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Penny Moore was born in 1969.


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The "face value" of any coin is whatever is inscribed on it. The face value of a Penny coin, is One Penny.


This is not enough information to give an accurate value amount. Need to know 'Type' of penny, 'Date' of penny and 'condition' of penny.


Most are face value, only a real nice uncirculated coin may be worth 25 cents.


Way too many are still in circulation to be worth more than face value.



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