How much does a box of pennies weigh?


The weight of a box of pennies depends on the size of the box. One thousand pennies would weigh 100 ounces or 6.25 pounds. If you stacked 1,000 pennies they would reach a height of 62.4 inches.
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The penny's weight has changed over time. Pennies made after 1982 weigh 2.5 grams.
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Prior to 1982, US pennies had a weight of 3.1 grams. Today, one-cent coins are made of Copper Plated Zinc, containing 2.5% copper and 97.5% Zinc, and weigh 2.5 grams. The penny is
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