A roll of pennies is worth 50 cents unless there is a penny with a collectors value in the roll.
One roll of pennies has a face value of a 50 cents. However, if there is a penny in the roll that is worth more than 1 cent the roll will be worth more.
About $1 but for a 50 penny roll (of that penny) on on-line auctions can sell anywhere from $2 to well over $50(if your auctioneers are in a good mood).That pretty good if you ask me
More information would be needed to know what the value of the desk would be. Many of these roll-type antique desks average in price over $1,500.
Any store you walk into would accept it at face value, i.e. 1Â¢ . It's doubtful that it would have any value to a collector.
If you got it in change, 1 cent. All US cents will have the same shield design from now on.Or $25-$35 dollars IFit is in a 50 penny roll
It has to come from a dealer, a newly-opened roll at a bank, or be in a mint package. If you found it in change, it's circulated by definition.
1958 uncirculated Lincoln Wheat Pennies are worth $0.20 each. An original uncirculated roll (50) is worth $6.00
The first penny candy sold in America was the tootsie roll! :)
1/2 for penny and 1/6 for dice
These are generally worth $5 to $10
There are 50 one-cent pieces in a standard US "penny" roll.
It was the tootsie roll!!
to my knowledge a "vault nickel roll" is either circulated or uncirculated nickels in its original roll from the mint or a repackaged roll. they can either be custom stamped for a certain production year or imagery stamped on that particular coin. some designs may be considered highly collectible due to amount of coin in circulation or stamped design for that year.as i don't work in this industry gold coins are a new interest for me so I'm open to input on my answer if i have misstated something,
3.1 grams per penny times 50 pennies to a roll is 155 grams.
It's worth $125-$150 as a mantle decoration. If it's really silver and engraved, not nickel and roll-stamped, it may be worth a bit more. Don't try to shoot it.
A bank probably. Oh, and there is an answer on WikiAnswers.
A standard roll of US nickels contains 40 coins, so the value is 40 * $0.05 = $2.00
The first individually wrapped candy in America was the Tootsie Roll. This candy was introduced in 1896 to the public. Tootsie Roll candy was popularly called penny candy because it cost one penny at that time.
Roll number is the number of tickets in a roll of lottery. It can be 15,30,60 and 150 depending on the value of individual tickets. The roll of tickets are also standardized.
There are 20 coins in a roll of half dollars. Their value depends upon which mint produced them and the condition of each coin. Giving an estimated value of the roll with several hundred dollars between low value and high value will not tell you what its worth. The only accurate value I can give for the roll is for the silver it contains and today the silver is worth $100.80
If it is uncirculated, a dealer would probably want $1 for it. But don't try to sell him another one because he probably already has a ton of them in the back room and would be happy to get $3 for a roll
Be sure that what you have is a penny. If it's the size and color of a nickel and has a large V on the back, that's because it's (drum roll) a nickel, not a penny! In that case, here are values as of 03/2009: Very worn condition - $5 Moderately worn - $22 Slightly worn - $47 Almost no wear - $100 OTOH if it's the size of a penny, plated coins are considered to be damaged goods. Without the plating, it was worth $1 to $10 depending on its condition. Plated, it's only worth face value.
A standard roll of nickels contains 40 nickels for a value of $2.00