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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