How Much is a 1959 Lincoln Penny Worth?

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A 1959 Lincoln penny is only worth the face value of the coin, which is just a penny. People are even selling the uncirculated ones that are a 1959-D online, and wanting 99 cents for them, but still having problems getting that amount. I think it would be safe to say that your penny is worth a penny.
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Lincoln Memorial pennies have been issued since 1959, and unless they are
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Nothing, none were made. Your coin is plated. It would be "cents-less" to make a penny out of silver because it would be worth more than a dollar.
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Is it shiny red or has it turned brown? Shiny red uncirculated coins can be bought for as little as a dollar. - which, when you stop and think about it, is a heck of a percentage
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Coin values for Lincoln Memorial pennies (issued since 1959) are generally not worth much. report this answer. Updated on Sunday, February 05 2012 at 11:30PM EST. Source: coins.about.com
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