You have what's known as a "Magician's Coin".
This is NOT something that was done at the Mint.
Somebody made this by altering two normal coins and gluing the altered pieces back together. Use a magnifier to check just inside the rim on one side of the coin -- you are looking for the seam where the two pieces were joined -- it could be on either side of the coin.
This type of novelty item sells regularly on eBay.com for a couple of dollars.
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This is not a mint error. The coin has been altered some how, likely two halves glued together..It has no numismatic value.
Wheat cents are a variety of Lincoln cents minted from 1909 to 1958, currently worth about two cents. The Lincoln memorial pennies are still face value.
Nothing. It's a fake. Please take the time to use this site's Search feature. Enter the word DOUBLE and you'll find that this question has been asked hundreds of times.
A two-headed penny.
The value depends on the type and severity of the the error. If nothing else, it contains two cents' worth of copper.
It's a privately manufactured novelty coin or a home made glued together kind that has no value at all.
The other date is likely 1964 the year Kennedy was killed. It's a novelty con with no collectible value.
Its really impossible to say, but since flipping a coin has been documented since Roman times (and a two headed coin is often used as a trick), it is quite possible to say that the first two-headed Lincoln pennies were created soon after the first Lincoln cents were struck in 1909.
5$ bill and the penny.
The coin that is not a penny is a quarter. The other one IS a penny.
Two cents for the copper.
A 1950 D penny is worth two cents for the copper.
Pence is the plural of Penny. One Penny, Two Pence, Five Pence, etc. The face value is on the coin.
the penny has two faces on it one small one of Abe Lincoln on the back and a big one of Abe on the front
It may have some value, but two headed coins are novelty items with no collectible value.
It isn't "worth" anything, but if glued to a card listing the "amazing similarities" shared by these two assassinated Presidents, they sell for about $1.
1959 was the first year to feature the Lincoln Memorial reverse. There were more than 1 billion minted in Denver, and the coin is worth two cents for the copper.
It's worth two cents for the copper.
Double headed novelty and Magician's coins have no numismatic value, but depending on the denomination an quality most are under $10.00
It's a privately-made novelty item with no coin-collector value.
It's worth the same as all other two-headed coins. It's privately made and has no value to a coin collector, but sells for a couple of bucks in a novelty shop where it's available as a magician's trick coin.
The highest value New Zealand Penny is easily the 1956 Penny, but there are two varieties. The 1956 Penny with the high value shows Queen Elizabeth II with no shoulder straps. A very distant second would be the 1941, 1942 and 1954 Pennies. The high value is only ascribed to coins in mint uncirculated condition.
Yes,there is a two headed calf.
It's currently worth two cents for the copper.