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  • *grin* 1 cent. :) As for the value, I'm not certain. It would most likely depend on the condition.
  • depending on the condition, anywhere from $.01 to $100.00 but it stills spends like cash
  • A 1920 penny is referred to as a "wheat penny". They have varying value according to condition and mint mark. Here are some estimates. Keep in mind that any collectible is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. On Ebay, I am seeing even higher bids on these coins. vf=very fine condition xf=extra fine condition 1920 penny in vf condition with no visible mint mark (Philadelphia) is worth $1.00. In xf condition it is worth $3.00. 1920 penny in vf condtion with a D (Denver) mint mark is worth $2.50. In xf condition it is worth $10.00 1920 penny in vf condition with an S (San Francisco mint mark) is worth $2.00. In xf condition it is worth $7.00. Anyway, you can see how wildly it can vary. After seeing this, I think I will get out my wheat pennies and try to sell them. I have hundreds. My mother collected them. :o)
  • as much as its worth now, 1 cent. Unless the coin is collectable, gold or silver casted then its not worth more than its federal value. dont believe that coins gain value with time. unless its a collectable or specialy made item its not worth anything more.

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