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.
Canada has not celebrated a bicentennial. The 1967 coin is the Centennial penny. It's worth face value, .01 cent.
1976 bicentennial proof set silver dollar half and quarter what's the value of this uncirculated set?
These pennies were made in the billions. The current value is one cent.
August 10, 2009 The 3 coin Silver Bicentennial Uncirculated Set is valued from $10 to $20. The 3 coin Silver Bicentennial Proof Set is valued from $10 to $15. The 6 coin Silver Bicentennial Proof Set is valued from $12 to $18.
One Cent is the value. The US has never made a silver penny. It may look like silver or have been silver plated but it has no collectible value.
The US did not make bicentennial pennies like they did with the quarter, half dollar, and dollar coin.
Pennies were not minted in silver. If you have a silver Penny it is because somebody has plated it. Modified coins have no value.
One cent. It's part of the Lincoln Bicentennial series.
The US has never made a silver penny. It may look like silver or have been silver plated. Value is one cent.
The only silver bicentennial coins were issued in 3 piece Proof & Uncirculated Mint sets. Current value of a Proof set is $25.00. The Mint set is $20.00.
No such thing as a 94 silver penny.
There was never a silver Indian Head penny.
25 cents unless proof silver then 7 dollars.
Take another look at that coin. The date on bicentennial dollars says 1776-1976.
It's an ordinary bronze cent that was plated. A lot of 1976 coins were plated with silver or gold and sold as "collectibles" during the Bicentennial, but as soon as the celebrations were over the market for them dried up.
It's only worth face value.
The 3 coin Bicentennial Proof set has a current retail value of $30.00 Issue price was $15.00
None of the bicentennial coinage struck for general circulation contains any silver or has more than face value. Special 40% silver coin sets were issued by the Mint for the bicentennial but were not released into circulation. So if you got it in change, just spend it.
New Zealand has never issued a silver Penny. Somebody has possibly silver plated it. Modified coins have no collector value.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated with a silver-colored metal and has no extra value.
The 1910 1955 half penny stamp value of silver jubilee is two pounds.
$2 to $12,000 depending upon the condition of the coin.
Only dollars, half dollars an quarters dated 1776-1976 are "Bicentennial" coins. Dimes, nickels and cents are face value.