More than likely, this is a standard cent that is not copper-plated. Since 1984 all US cents have been made of copper-plated zinc. Missing the outer copper coating, your coin is worth a couple of dollars.
It's just a nickel spend it.
No such coin was ever minted.
Wheat pennies were minted from 1909 to 1958. There were none minted in 1987.
i believe... but correct me if im wrong... Five... Cents...
As of 5/2012 Numismedia lists the value around $1.5 to $20 depending on condition.
A whole whopping... brace yourself... 5 cents!
If you found it in change, 5 cents. It's too new and there are too many of them for it to have any collector value.
It's just a penny, spend it.
Yep! Depending on how much of it is left unstamped, the value range from $2 to $10.
It's bronze-coated nickel, NOT gold, and it's worth one Canadian dollar.
Kevin Penny was born on 1987-10-03.
a penny, ford rangers arent worth crap
It's likely an altered coin with no collectible value. Take it to a coin dealer so it can be seen.
Small change is generally accepted at at par value in Canada and the US. The minor differences in actual value are too small to bother with.
This appears to be a date: October 7th, 1987.
Check your coin again. Queen Victoria died in 1901.
An Australian 1987 cupro-nickel 20 cent coin was only ever released as part of a Mint set. An Australian 1987 cupro-nickel 20 cent coin (Elizabeth II)(Proof), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $10 AUD. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
Its worth 5 cents! :)
"Wheat pennies" (one cent pieces with two ears of wheat on the back of the coin) were produced in the United States between 1909 and 1958.
A Year in the Life - 1987 EM7 Raiders Minus 3 and a Half for a Nickel 1-6 was released on: USA: 4 November 1987