When you adjust for inflation which is worth more 1960 pennies 1990 pennies 2006 pennies or 2007 pennies?
1960 pennies are worth more. Wrong!.... 2008 are worth more... its about quantity not YEAR
Clever. But I would point out that the 1990 pennies would probably be worth the most due to the fact that they contain more copper =)
When you adjust for inflation what is the worth more 1908 pennies 1960 pennies 1990 pennies 2006 pennies 2007 pennies or any penny melted down and sold as scrap metal?
Adjusting for inflation which is worth more 1908 pennies 1960 pennies 1990 pennies 2006 pennies 2007 pennies or any penny melted down and sold as scrap metal?
The copper in a US cent made before 1982 is worth almost 2 cents. Those made after 1982 are worth much less than 1 cent (but the cost of producing them is about 1.5 cents). Both types were made in 1982. But before you start sorting your pre- and post 1982 pennies, you should know that there is an administrative order prohibiting the "melting or exporting of large numbers of one and 5 cent coins"…
When you adjust for inflation's which is worth more 1908 pennies 1960 pennies 1990 pennies 2006 pennies 2007 pennies?
One Penny GBP in 1908 had the purchasing power of about £0.29 GBP today. One Penny GBP in 1960 had the purchasing power of about £0.06 GBP today. One Penny GBP in 1990 had the purchasing power of about £0.017 GBP today. One Penny GBP in 2006 had the purchasing power of about £0.011 GBP today. One Penny GBP in 2007 had the purchasing power of about £0.011 GBP today.
The answer is 2007 pennies b/c it is worth more. so ya if you really dont know about inflimation its easy but if you do then you get confused, luckily i dont know much about it just that it effects economy ---- The answer can't be 1908, 1960, 1990, 2006, 2007, or anything like that because no penny is worth more than the other. Every penny is worth one cent.
What is worth more 1908 pennies 1960 pennies 1990 pennies 2006 pennies 2007 pennies or any penny that is melted down and sold as scrap metal?
1908 pennies Cents from 1908 have a collector value of at least 75¢, probably more. 1960 cents are made of copper but are so common that they aren't worth more than maybe 2 or 3 cents unless they're uncirculated. Cents made from mid-1982 to today are copper-coated zinc and are worth 1 to 1.5 cents as scrap. Besides, it's illegal to melt them. NOTE: This question is a typically a trick question. Consider that the…
If they are nice gem examples, they will likely be worth something, however with the huge quantities minted every year, they will never be worth alot. They will always be cosidered common. You can take for example an original uncirculated ROLL of 50 pennies from 1960 has a current wholesale value of only 65 cents -- that's less than 1.5 cents per coin -- and that's IF you can find an interested buyer.
Most U.S. cents from that decade are only worth face value, assuming they were found in circulation. Even in uncirculated condition, they only retail for a few cents. The only exception is a 1960 cent with a so-called "small date", but even these are common and retail for a nickel if circulated, 30 cents uncirculated.
Pennies struck between 1900 and 1992 were made in BRONZE (an alloy of copper and tin). From 1992 onwards the decimal pennies were struck in copper plated steel. The rare dates are 1918H, 1919H, 1918KN, 1919KN, 1926 modified effigy, 1933 (only 7 known), 1952 (unique), 1954 (unique). The 1933 is worth £80,000+ The 1952 and 1954 pennies are unique and worth £50,000+ each. So if you had the complete run in mint state (hypothetically of…
Given approximate Annual Inflation rates of the Japanese currency since the year 1930 coupled with the fact that the Japanese did not keep track of Inflation percentage records until 1960, the average yen in 1930 would equal 659 yen in today's money. 659*1000=659,000 yen= 8,400.40 USD as of 7/29/2012