The 25 cent paper bill you refered to is called "fractional currency". The US Government did not issue fractional currency until 1862.
1 US cent has the same value the world over! i.e. 1 US cent
1856 3 cent coin value
About 1 cent.
It's still worth one cent US.
A 1997 US one cent piece? is a Lincoln cent and only face value.
It may be a token of some type dated 1862 or just a Indian Head cent. All 19 of the genuine coins made by the Confederate States of America are dated 1861. Take it to a coin dealer for an idea of type of coin and value.
It's worth exactly one cent.
A 1942 US Wheat cent is common, average value is 3 cents.
The coin has face value only.
This is most likely a "Liberty Seated" dime. The "Red Book" value on this US "variety 4" coin varies (depending on condition and mint mark) from $16 to over $400 in circulated condition. Higher grades are selling as high as $3,500+
No, there isn't a .75 cent value of a US coin. However, there are coins that are equal to $1.00 value.
One cent, it's not that old
It's still worth one cent.
That is Scott number US 1198 It has a value of 40 cents mint and 20 cents used.
about 1 cent
One cent. That is it.
$3 retail if well-worn, up to about $16 if almost uncirculated. I have an 1862 5 cent silver colored coin that says The United States of America and the number 5 surrounded by stars on one side and In God We Trust, an ornate design and the date of 1862 on it. So there WAS a nickel in 1862, contrary to what has been said that the US mint didn't start making nickels until 1866?? So if it's not a nickel, what is it & what is it's worth??
Face value only. Billions were minted.
No worthwhile value
Value is one cent, or face value.