2 edition of Here"s a choice penny-worth of wit, for all that stand in need of it found in the catalog.
Here"s a choice penny-worth of wit, for all that stand in need of it
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 49660|
|Contributions||Lane, William, b. 1744|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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There are 4 varieties of Canadian 1¢ in They have to do with the shape of the #5 in the date and the size of the rim beads on for all that stand in need of it book rarest and therefore most valuable are those with an obvious point on the top bar of the # you can combine that with large beads on the obverse your coin will be worth a premium in almost any condition.
Our journey along the path of the most valuable pennies Heres a choice penny-worth of wit us back to the very first ‘small size’ one-cent coin in the U.S. Up until the late s, our one cent coin had always been nearly as large as a half-dollar. But waning purchasing power pressed the need for a small one-cent coin.
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If somebody knows, please help me. I'm waiting for your reply. Your sincerely Lynn Bunker is at a flea market in a small Connecticut town.
I have a wheathead penny that isn't dirty, just dark in color due to old age. Everything written on there is extremely distinguishable, so I'm pretty sure it's in good condition. I took a look at my other (normal) pennies and they all have a letter underneath the date. The one does not have a letter under the date, nor anywhere else.
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Special Note: The price of copper has risen to the point where copper U.S. pennies are worth 3 or more cents each just in copper bullion value.
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Under the date on the penny it should have a letter such as a "D" or an "S" now if it has the letter "D" it would be worth about $ cents. But if the letter is. Yes, it is worth one cent in Canada. Unfortunately it is not a rare coin at all. An example of a Canadian penny that is slightly more valuable would be a uncirculated penny in excellent uncirculated condition (worth $ cdn).
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Inmillion pennies were made. Inmillion were made. If the pennies have a "s" mint mark (which is underneath the date) they would be worth a little bit more. Here is a chart I found that to my knowledge is very accurate.
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