How Much is a 1959 Penny Worth?

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A 1959 penny is worth one penny. This is a Lincoln penny, and it's not rare at all. This is not only what a coin dealer would offer you, but it's what any one is going to offer you.You might as well spend it at the grocery store.
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The 1959-D Lincoln cent is still in circulation today, the coin is face value.
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I'd say about one cent. Seriously, I don't think 1959 is old enough for it to be a collector's item yet, unless it's part of some obscure series that there isn't very many coins of.
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The 1959 Half Penny is being sold online for $4.59.
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