What Is the Value of a 1963 Penny?

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A 1963 penny can bring you a pretty penny. Most estimate that a 1963 penny would value somewhere between 20 to 35 cents. The higher coinage would be for a mint coin, where a 20 cent coin would be for a worn penny.
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Well, It probably would be worth no more than twice the face value, but hang on to It.
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The value of a Wheat One Cent coin is not that much, to be honest. Most are worth 3 to 12 cents based on age and condition . A few like the 1931-S, and 1922 (missing the D mint mark
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You probably can't find a value because it's a common enough coin that most of them go into a dealer's "junk box". Even with no wear, it's at most a $1 coin.
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Well, It probably would be worth no more than twice the face value, but hang on to It. ...
So many were struck the value is bullion unless it's and uncirculated coin which has a retail price of $7.00 to $9.00 depending the grade compared to a bullion ...
In Kronor it's still one krona. ...
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