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Answer If you found it in change, 1 cent. If it's in a mint set or proof set:

- With no mint mark and in uncirculated condition it's worth $0.25.
- With a D mint mark and in uncirculated condition is worth $0.10.
- With an S mint mark, large date in uncirculated condition is worth $0.15, proof is worth $1.00.
- With an S mint mark, small date in uncirculated condition is worth $30.00, proof is worth $60.00.

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1 US cent has the same value the world over! i.e. 1 US cent

2500

1856 3 cent coin value

about 10 cents

About 1 cent.

It's still worth one cent US.

About $15. Certified graded coin have a higher value.

A 1997 US one cent piece? is a Lincoln cent and only face value.

One cent.

It's worth exactly one cent.

A 1942 US Wheat cent is common, average value is 3 cents.

The coin has face value only.

It's still worth 5 cents.

No, there isn't a .75 cent value of a US coin. However, there are coins that are equal to $1.00 value.

One cent, it's not that old

It's still worth one cent.

Only the 1970-S has the small date, not the 1970 or 1970-D. Retail values for circulated coins run from $9.00-$18.00 and mint state coins are $20.00-$57.00 depending on grade and color of the coin.

One cent

1 cent.

about 1 cent

3 cents.

1 cent

One cent. That is it.

They're currently worth a bit more than $5.

Face value only. Billions were minted.