How Much is a 1853 Penny Worth?

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That is an interesting question! The value of your 1853 large cent greatly depends on the condition it is in. It can be worth between fifteen dollars and fifty dollars.
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There is no such coin. The U.S. never struck cents in silver because they'd be worth far more than a penny! Please check the coin's date, value, issuing country, etc. and post a new
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An 1853 penny in good condition is worth about $17.00. This is in circulated
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There are many factors that determine the value. Go to one of these sites and it will explain what to look for > http://www.bestcoin.com/united-states-coin-pricing-guide.htm. http
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