One penny. They were not issued that way and have no collector's value. And Lincoln was never a Freemason.
September 3, 2009 The coin you have described is defaced and as such has no numisnamtic value at all. Its worth is equal to that of the metals used to make it which today is about 1.8 cents.
This is a novelty item engraved after the coin left the Mint. While it may have some value among a few collectors, standard coin collectors consider this a defaced item and do not believe it merits any significant resale value. Masonic Pennies, like this, generally sell for a few dollars apiece to collectors.
Steel Lincolns are 5 to 10 cents on average.
This was a post-mint modification of the penny. Any such modification destroys virtually all collector's value. It may not even be accepted in all places of business as legal tender.
Santa was added to the coin after it was made. It only has value to someone that wants it.
Not sure. I have a 1974 penny with a baseball batter and pitcher stamped in front of lincolns face. The batter's jersey ends in 'TS' Any idea what this coin is?
It's actually stamped, not engraved. What you have is a novelty item made by a private company that took normal cents and added a small picture of a present. They're sold as giveaways for parties, etc. and have no special value.
A Masonic Penny is a penny stamped with the square and compasses, the internationally recognized symbol of Freemasonry. It also has allusion to the 1st degree in the York Rite of Freemasonry.
The counter stamped date was not done by the US Mint and adds no value at all to the coin. The coin is worth one cent unless you find someone that wants it.
Such a coin would have to be seen to determine its value. I suggest you take it to a coin shop and ask them to look at it for you.
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It's just face value unless you find someone that wants it.
One cent. The Liberty Bell image is one of many that's stamped (not engraved) onto normal cents by private companies, then sold as novelty items. From a coin collector's perspective they're considered to be damaged or altered coins and have no extra value.
A coin denominated 1p would be a modern decimal coin. Before decimalisation, the symbol "d" (from Latin) was used to symbolise "penny". Please see the Related Question What is the value of an 1899 British penny?
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This is not enough information to give an accurate value amount. Need to know 'Type' of penny, 'Date' of penny and 'condition' of penny.
The "face value" of any coin is whatever is inscribed on it. The face value of a Penny coin, is One Penny.