How much is a 1930 penny worth?


A US Lincoln cent dated 1930 in average circulated is from 25 cents to $1.50.
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A penny from 1930 is worth 6 cents. If you have a 1930-D penny, it's also worth 6 cents, however a 1930-S is worth 8 times the face value of the penny. These amounts ...
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