How much is a 1970 penny worth?

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Depending on the mint stamp n your penny, it could be worth one cent, two cents, three cents or maybe even three dollars. Different Lincoln Memorial pennies were minted in 1970 and the mint stamp will determine the value. The condition of a coin also determines the value of it.
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The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated with a silver-colored metal.
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A 1946 steel penny that has been circulated is worth anywhere between 10-25 cents. If you happen to have one that has not been in circulation, it could be worth a couple dollars at
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Nothing. It's counterfeit. But if you have a 1943 STEEL penny, it's worth between 10 cents and $2.
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Lead is not as expensive as it may seem. It currently sells for approximately $0.73 cents per pound of lead. I'd stick to searching for gold instead!
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