How Much Is a Queen Victoria Penny Worth?

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The Copper Penny of Queen Victoria was issued during the years from 1839 to 1860. The coins that were issued in 1848 and 1860 are considered to be rare. Accordingly, the price of this coin depends on the year of issue and scarcity. Basing on these facts the current price of these coins range from 9 pounds to 340 pounds. For more information on pricing of this coin visit: http://uk.ask.com/question/how-much-is-a-queen-victoria-penny-worth and http://www.coins-of-the-uk.co.uk/penny.html
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A queen victoria penny copper penny was designed by William Wyo. The price is between £9-£340 depending on the year that it was made in.
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