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Answered 2009-01-28 04:58:27

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 =)

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when you adjust for inflation which is worth more? 1. 1908 pennies 2. 1960 pennies 3. 1990 pennies 4.2006 pennies


Based on melt value alone, any Lincoln cents minted before 1982 are worth about 2 cents each for their copper content.


Depends on your point of view. In 1908, two pennies could buy you a loaf of bread, in 1960, three slices, and in 1990, one half of a slice's crust. On the other hand, a penny in 1908 could buy you zero technology, in 1960, a fifth of a battery, and in 1990 about .04 bytes of memory.


If you had $75,000 in 1960, you had a lot of money. With inflation, that money would be worth $594,512.76 in 2014.


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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 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" which could result in a fairly large fine.



Canada didn't mint silver pennies (cents). Your coin is plated and worth only 1¢.


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 year numbers are actually just numerical values, since there is no part of question that specifically states the numbers are years. In that case, two-thousand and seven (2007) pennies are worth $20.07; more than 1908 pennies which are only worth $19.08. Each penny is only worth a cent.


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.


I would say about $20-30. The banknote is actually somewhat rare. Lots happened in 1960 in Turkey, including a coup and inflation. Maybe that's why the note is rare.


There was no British Pennies struck from 1955 to 1960 inclusive.


any one that is under 1960


There were already enough in circulation


My Three Sons - 1960 Adjust or Bust 1-6 was released on: USA: 3 November 1960


Less than a few pennies


Most modern cents are only worth face value. If your coin is older than, say, 1960, it could have some collector value. Please post a new, separate question with the coin's date.


Around .25 cents per gallon in 1960 money which when adjusted for inflation is equal to $1.95 today.


Pennies from 1959 on (with the Lincoln Memorial reverse) generally have no added value unless they are absolute gem uncirculated examples.


$36.20 in 2009 acounting for inflation.


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.


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If you mean a penny from 1960 the answer would be one penny. These coins are not rare and can easily be found be searching through pocket change. If you mean pennies from the 1960s the answer would still be the same. Again these can easily be found in pocket change.


it depends wheather or not you are interested in them and think they are valuable.



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