This is a magician's or novelty coin, manufactured from two real pennies. While it's theoretically possible to have a double-headed coin come from the mint (though so unlikely that you may as well say it's impossible), there's no way, given the US Mint's practices, to have two sides show such a 10-year difference like that. (The same is true of the British Royal Mint, in case you're referring to a true penny, rather than a US cent.) These sell on eBay for a few dollars.
Current retail is $200 to $250 depending on condition.
Nearly all double-headed coins are fakes. And nearly all 1943 copper cents are fakes. Combine the two and it sounds to me like you don't have a real coin.
The Canadian "double-headed" cent is equal to the British One Penny. The Canadian one "cent" is equal to the British 1/2 penny (so a British penny is 2 cents or 1 double-headed cent). When first issued, the Canadian government had them struck to a standard of 100 coins to the pound of bronze rather than the the British standard of 80 coins to the pound of bronze. The first 1858 issues, however, were unpopular and originally had to be sold at a discount. It is believed the Canadians joined the two cents together to make them equivalent to the British Penny.
U.S. pennies have never contained silver. Your penny is probably silver plated for jewelry or other decorations.
This is a novelty coin not made by the US mint and has no collectible value.
It's worth at least a penny... But seriously, you need to provide more information to get an appraisal. What do you mean "double stamped" ? Is it a strike double? a die double? a two-headed coin? Ask a new question with more details, and perhaps a link to pictures of the coin, and we'll try to help.
In 1896 a penny was worth a penny. If you have a penny dated 1896 then it is worth more than that.
The same as 99.99999% of all double-headed coins. They're novelty items made by cutting apart 2 genuine coins and swapping sides. They sell for a couple of bucks at magic shops and hobby stores, but they have no value to coin collectors.
No such thing as a 94 silver penny.
A two-headed penny.
The same as all the other double-headed / tailed coins out there - a couple of bucks in a novelty shop, zero to a coin collector. It's a privately-made novelty item called a magician's coin.
The same as every other double headed or double tailed coin you find. It's a novelty item made privately and sold as a "magician's coin". They cost a few bucks in a novelty shop but are not worth anything to a coin collector.
He dated Jenny.
The Royal Mint produced 63,961,200 One Penny coins dated 1948.
Penny Porsche, Stephanie Abrams and Marina Sirtis.
No, they never dated.
There are no wheat pennies dated 1966.
It's really hard to value this as it is really rare if it is real. I would bring it to a person who knows more in person and see if you can get authentication on it, then sell it on an auction.
The only British general circulation Penny that could be considered rare from this period is the 1926 Penny. There was an unknown number minted.
one cent i think!