The last Australian Penny was minted in 1964. Their place in the Australian currency was replaced by the 1 cent coin in 1966.
It is worth a penny
That wasn't something done at the mint, rather the cent was likely plated with zinc or nickel. So it has little to no collector value. The US government has never struck a penny in silver.
The last "Wheat Penny" was made in 1958, a cent date 1972 is just a cent.
They aren't. A lot of 1972 quarters were minted, none of them contain silver. They are worth only $.25.
the silver bullet was 1973 ,not 1972 !
All circulation half-dollar dated 1971 and later were struck in copper-nickel. The last half dollars containing silver were minted in 1970 and silver proof sets weren't minted again until 1992. Please see the Related Question for more.
It is worth face value.
It would be easier to say in what years British Pennies were not minted.Since 1800, British Pennies have not been minted in -1800-1805, 1809-1824, 1828-1830, 1832-1833, 1835-1836, 1838-1840, 1842, 1850, 1852, 1923-1925, 1941-1943, 1955-1960, 1968-1969.The 1933 Penny was only minted as 10 or less Proof coins and the 1951 Penny had only one minted.Decimal Pennies have been minted in every year. The 1972 New Penny was only minted as a Proof coin.
No 1972 US quarters have silver in them, the last year for silver quarters was 1964. so spend it
No half dollars intended for circulation minted since 1970 contain any silver. No 1972 half dollar has any silver. It is only worth 50 cents.
Some Eisenhower Dollars were minted in a 40% silver clad to be sold to collectors. All of these coins were minted at the San Francisco Mint and have the "S" mintmark, with dates 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, and 1976. No 40% silver coins were minted in 1977 or 1978.
The 1972 Eisenhower dollar has no silver in it and the gold plating don't do nothing for the value but it's still a dollar
U.S. pennies have never been made of gold. A 1972 penny is worth about 2 cents due to copper content.
No 1972-S small date varieties are known.
It's worth 2 cents for the copper.
Sorry no silver in this coin and it has only face value.
The current metal value is 19 cents.
Such a coin does not exist. The last general circulation New Zealand Penny was issued in 1964.
If it's minted in Philadelphia or Denver, it contains 0% silver. If it's from San Francisco, some versions contain 40% and others are 0%.
Silver eagles are bullion coins minted starting in 1986 and sold to collectors as investment pieces. If your coin has a picture of President Eisenhower on the front it's most likely made of copper-nickel, not silver. Please see the Related Question for more information.
Eisenhower dollar coins were struck in 1972, but no "Lady Liberty", matter of fact, no US coin is called a "Lady Liberty"
The last British predecimal Crown (Five Shillings) was minted in 1965. The first British decimal Crown (25 Pence) was minted in 1972.