Where to sell 1904 and 1893 pennies?
Sell to your local coin shop or eBay.
The Way to Sell Corsets - 1904 was released on: USA: February 1904
If you are looking to sell wheat pennies you can sell them on eBay or take them to a local coin shop. If you have friends or relatives that would like to buy them you could sell them to them.
With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911. The only Pennies circulating in Australia prior to 1911 were British Pennies.
How old is a marlin 30-30 model 1893 serial number 288105 having a octagon barrel and has model 1893 designation?
Your marlin model 1893 was made by marlin in 1904.
How old is a marlin 30 30 model 1893 serial number 288105 having a octagon barrel and has model 1893 designation?
With the serial number that you provided,your marlin model 1893 rifle was made by marlin in 1904.
roll them and take to the bank
fc porto was founded in 1893 benfica in 1904 and sporting in 1906.
Yes in that you can actually sell them, but you can get an entire roll of 50 for $7.00 on eBay.
Most banks sell cents in 50 cent rolls, so there are 50 pennies in each roll.
The date 1893 is one of the series of MORGAN dollars that ran from 1878-1904 & 1921 the quickest way to see one is, on your browser, type in 1893 Morgan dollars and click on images, you will find a lot of pic's of the coins.
The idea is to save copper pennies because their melt value is higher than face value. If the U.S. government eventually makes it legal to melt old pennies, then said hoarders can sell their pennies at a profit.
Ebay, Craigslist or a Flea market is the most promising place to sell them. Most coin shops won't take bulk, low-value coins, unless they are either wheat or Indian Head pennies.
Edwin Hughes (May 27, 1832 - September 15, 1904) served as the first Member of Parliament for Woolwich, serving between 1885 and 1902, including the whole of 1893.
With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "Australian" pennies minted prior to 1911.
They stopped when they realized it cost more to make the penny then the penny was worth. Any one could just get pennies, melt them down, and sell them for more than the pennies were worth.
Yes, you can. However, you will probably get more money if you sell them for their collector value.
Depending on condition,$ 800.00 to $1.500 If you are wondering when your Marlin was produced,the serial number indicates that your Marlin model 1893 rifle was made in 1904.
John William Logan (1845 - May 25, 1925) succeeded Thomas Tapling as the third Member of Parliament for Harborough, serving between 1891 and 1904, including the whole of 1893.
no federal offense
Probably not. Most banks don't keep these to sell.
in 1904 it was around 16 million, but i dont know how much they sell today
What would New Zealand one penny coins be worth for year 1861 year 1875 year 1876 year 1885 year 1891 year 1893?
With the possible exception of traders tokens (with the traders business name on them), there were no "New Zealand" Pennies minted prior to 1940. Any Pennies circulating in New Zealand prior to 1940 would have been mostly British Pennies and some Australian Pennies (from 1910).
I'm not sure for certain, but I would say they sell it for pennies in the pound.
Post-WWII wheat pennies aren't worth much. You could bring them to a coin shop, but you'll only get 2-3 cents each.
These sell for 10-20 in online auctions.
eBay and Craigslist are your two main options when it comes to selling copper pennies since refiners can't take them because they are illegal to melt and most coin shops don't want to deal with large boxes of low value coins that are hard to sell.
The date 1893 is in the series of MORGAN dollars that ran from 1878-1904 & 1921 the quickest way to see one is, on your browser click images, type in Morgan dollars and you will find a lot of pic's of the coins.
Absolutely, this occurs every day. Creditors often sell debt for pennies on the dollar. This is a very big business.
He had 4 daughters: Ruth (1891-1904), Esther (1893-1980), Marion (1895-1977), and Francis (1903-1995).
It depends on the year. Before 1982, pennies contained 95% copper and 5% zinc. Those minted after 1982 are 97.5% zinc and 2.5% copper. Today's pennies weigh less. So if the majority of the pennies are after 1982, you would most likely have about 23,586 pennies, which is equal to $235.86 USD. If the majority of the pennies are before 1982, you would most likely have 18,960 pennies, which is equal to $189.60 USD. But… Read More
A coin show or dealer is a good place to start.
You should be looking for a coin store in your locality. Get a few opinions if you can. However, please know that very few wheat pennies are worth more than a few cents.
It is illegal to melt down pennies or nickels at this time. Currently the penny is only made of 2.5% copper with the rest zinc. However, prior to 1982 pennies were predominately made of copper. A pre-1982 penny is currently worth about 2 cents.
The original French effort lasted from 1880 to 1893, but the US took over the project in 1904, completing the canal by 1914.
Morgan dollars were struck at the following mints during the years shown. Look on the back above the DO in DOLLAR. Philadelphia - no mint mark, 1878-1904 and 1921 San Francisco - "S", 1878-1904 and 1921 New Orleans - "O", 1879-1904 Carson City - "CC", 1878-1893 Denver - "D", 1921 only
As a general rule, the older the better when it comes to US coins, 1793 cents regularly sell for hundreds if not thousands of dollars even in nearly unreadable condition. Early pennies have many die varieties and some can sell for a lot of money while earlier dates in more common die varieties may sell for less, but as a rule, the earlier the "better".
These coins were made from normal pennies that were stamped with the state images. These were usually mounted on a colorful board and sold as a novelty item. I have seen the boards, with all the pennies mounted, sell for as much as $50. Without the board, I would estimate their value to be maybe $10
You can, but they're not worth very much. They're only worth about 2 cents for their copper content.
Have not seen the term thumbcock. If your gun is a single shot Remington 1893 shotgun with a thumb lever on the left side of the frame, those sell for $150-$300, depending on condition.
full or no to old to sell to somebody what would they do with it?
If you mean a 1902 or 1903 British Penny, nothing, they are identical other than the date. The big difference is between 1901 and 1902. Queen Victoria was on the obverse of all British coins pre-1902. Edward VII is on the obverse of all British Pennies from 1902 to 1910. The reverse of all British Pennies from 1895 to 1910 used the same reverse die.
Robert E. Pattison (born December 8, 1850 in Quantico, Maryland; died August 1, 1904) succeeded James A. Beaver in his second spell as the nineteenth Governor of Pennsylvania, serving between January 20, 1891 and January 15, 1895, including the whole of 1893.
The word Liberty or a depiction of Miss Liberty appears on ALL US coins. These cents are normally called Indian Head "pennies", please see the Related Question.
it depends on if you just sell as a coin or melt into a mold if you melt then almost 10 cents each if you sell in current form 2 cent each. good luck.
Obviously. Otherwise they wouldn't be able to sell it without having it copied by everyone and they'd end up with a few pennies.
They aren't. About a billion were minted. You may be thinking of the famous 1943 pennies that were accidentally struck on bronze blanks instead of steel. Fewer than 20 of these are known to exist and the highest quality ones sell for tens of thousands of dollars.
John Y. Brown (born June 28, 1835 in Claysville, Kentucky; died Janaury 11, 1904 in Henderson, Kentucky) succeeded Simon Bolivar Buckner as the thirty-first Governor of Kentucky, serving between September 2, 1891 and December 10, 1895, including the whole of 1893.
Zinc is used for Canadian nickels and the cores of Canadian pennies (i dont know about the US). Pennies are made from Zinc cores and coated with copper. Its cheaper than making pennies out of copper. (They used to make pennies out of copper, but they stopped because people would get pennies and melt them down and sell the copper for profit :D ) -Besides being used as a filler metal, zinc is widely used… Read More
There are not many 1943 copper pennies known. If it is genuine they sell for well over $100,000.