The U.S. Mint never issued such a coin. In all likelihood you have a privately-issued commemorative piece. Most of these small items sell for at most a couple of dollars, and the market is fairly limited these days. What you have is a normal 1976 penny that somebody has plated with either silver, nickel, or zinc. Now a novelty item it has no collector value.
Somebody must have silver plated it -- no added value.
No US 1976 Lincoln cent or any other year is made from silver.
It's worth one dollar.
Your coin is only plated silver. The US mint has never made silver pennies. Plating adds no extra value.
One cent. It's plated. All 1976 Canadian cents were struck in bronze, and silver was removed from higher-denomination Canadian coins in 1968.
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The US Mint has never struck a one cent coin in silver and did not make any Bicentennial dimes, nickels or penny's. It's a novelty coin that has no collectible value unless someone wants it.
That's a bicentennial dollar, and it's still worth one dollar.
It's still worth one dollar.
There are two possibilities:A: it is spray paint. Value:$0.01B: it is a wrong planchet. Value: $350These are only silver plated for decorations or jewelry. It is only worth face value. Silver or gold plating adds very little value to a coin.
What IS a silver bicentennial penny? The US Mint didn't make one, so you are probably looking at a normal 1976 cent that has been silver plated by a private novelty company. It will have no numismatic value but you may get a dollar or so from someone who collects bicentennial memorabilia.
Bicentennial dollars released for circulation are still worth one dollar.