How much is a 1969 penny worth?

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How much a 1969 penny is worth will depend on whether it is considered as worn or not, and whether it has been circulated or not. Even so, perfect coins may not bring in more than 80 cents, with most of them worth only 1 cent. Many 1969 pennies are still in circulation, and since 1,136,000 of them were produced that year, they are not as rare as one would suppose. Although this is the truth in most cases, you may have a flawed coin that contains minting errors, so you should have it appraised to determine its real value.
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