Double Headed Penny?

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A double headed penny is not worth much in value. The average value is between $3.00 and $10.00. Double headed pennies are not made by the U.S. Mint and are considered novelty items.
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The following answer refers to one-cent coins as well as true penny coins such as those used in England. Double-headed coins are NOT something that was done at the Mint. They're privately
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Years ago they were about $10.00 but the value of these coins have gone down
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1. Check the luster of the coin. If it looks as if it just came from the U.S. Mint and retains a deep red color, the coin can grade as choice uncirculated (MS-63) or higher, to a
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When you say "backwards" you mean that all the stuff on the coin is pressed in, and all the lettering is reversed (like reading it in a mirror) If so, it sounds like this
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