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Answered 2012-08-15 18:40:31

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.

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