What is the value of a Canadian penny?

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The value of the Canadian penny is dependent on many things. The most recently released coins are worth no more than one cent, or 1/100th of a dollar. However, older coins may have a higher value. That value depends on many factors including the mintage, the condition, and the demand for it. The most valuable tend to be those from the 1800s and early 1900s. To determine the value of your coin, it is best to take it to an appraiser for a formal valuation or to use an online site to get a ballpark range.
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