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It's a novelty coin made by a private company that has no collectible value, but it's still one cent.

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There seems to be some confusion here. Kennedy is on the half dollar, while Lincoln is on the penny. A 1974 Kennedy half is worth 50 cents. A '74 Lincoln cent is worth 2 cents for its copper content.


It's almost certainly either a privately-issued piece or a genuine penny that was altered. Either way it has no collector value.


Those Lincoln-Kennedy cents were modified by a private company, NOT the U.S. Mint. To find the value, check how much they're selling for on eBay. It's probably not much.


No value can be given because no 1974 or 1974-D aluminium Lincoln cents have ever been sold. Only one was donated to the Smithsonian Institution for the National Numismatic Collection.


JFK has appeared counter-stamped on many Lincoln cents of different dates for a very long time, this is not done by the US Mint. The coins are usually glued to a card with "Strange Facts" between both presidents, they have no numismatic collectible value.


A 1974 US Lincoln cent weighs 3.1 grams.


It's a novelty coin that has no collectible value.


It's worth 2 cents for the copper.


Proof pennies are only made at San Francisco. It's not a proof. It is just a penny worth a penny.


JFK has appeared counter-stamped on many Lincoln cents of different dates for a very long time, this is not done by the US Mint. The coins are usually glued to a card with "Strange Facts" between both presidents, they have no numismatic collectible value.


Value depends on the size of the clip, average value is $3.00-5.00


It's worth about 2 cents for its copper content.


The coin is face value, the last Kennedy half made for circulation from 40% silver was 1969.


These were used in advertising gimmicks, attached to an "Astonishing Coincidences" fact card. Without the card, they are worth 50 cents to a dollar. With the card they are worth $2.50 to $3.00 See the related links for more info.


If the coin is a US Kennedy half dollar dated 1974 it has no silver in it and is face value.


Not sure. I have a 1974 penny with a baseball batter and pitcher stamped in front of lincolns face. The batter's jersey ends in 'TS' Any idea what this coin is?


Those coins are novelties, modified by a 3rd party outside the US mint. It's only worth as much as someone is willing to spend.


The state was stamped on it after it left the mint. It has no collector value -- novelty value is perhaps 25 cents.


If you're referring to Lincoln cents with a simple portrait of Kennedy carved into it, they're not valuable at all. They're a novelty not produced by the US Mint, and are only worth as much as someone might be willing to pay. Besides, being that Kennedy wasn't President until 1961 and died in '63, he of course wouldn't have been on any earlier coins anyway.


If there is no mintmark on your 1974 Kennedy half, that simply means it was minted at the main mint in Philadelphia. Very common -- no added value in circulated condition -- perhaps a dollar or two for a nice uncirculated one.


The value of coins and paper money can vary drastically depending on year, condition, and stamping. A 1974 Canadian penny is worth between 2 cents and 5 cents.


It's worth about 2 cents for the copper.


It's almost certainly an ordinary penny that was plated with a silver-colored metal. In that case it's considered to be damaged coin worth 1 cent.


Gorman Kennedy died in 1974.


Godfrey Kennedy was born in 1974.



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