Circulated 1964 pennies with no errors or special varieties are worth approximately 2 cents. As you can see, the 1964 Lincoln penny was struck by the billions upon billions. Virtually all of these pennies went into circulation and can still be found in your pocket change.
Dec 23, 2016 · After 34 years, a 1982-D Small Date cent struck on a 95-percent copper-alloy planchet has finally been found and confirmed by me. A Minnesota collector who wishes to remain anonymous discovered it while sorting through 1982 cents by weight to save the copper-alloy pieces for their melt value.
Lincoln Cent Set 1941-1964 (63 Coin Set) Estimate: $1 - $1,000 Current bid: $1
The 1964 Topps Coins Set consists of 164 coins, which measure 1 ½” in diameter, These tin coins feature full color photos, along with the player's name, team and position. A coin was inserted in each five-cent pack, and two coins in ten-cent cello packs, for the 3rd, 4th & 5th series of 1964 Topps baseball card set .
1964 penny error. Shipped with USPS First Class.
(7) Japanese "Invasion" Bills, Coin Marked Schilling with a "5" on It, Coin with "G" on Both Sides, and a 1964 Canadian Nickel
Lincoln (Memorial) Cent/Penny 1965 (Error) This item consists of a 1965 Lincoln (Memorial) Cent/Penny (Error) Coin, the obverse image entails a right facing portrait of abraham Lincoln with "IN GOD WE TRUST" on the top edge of the coin above his head, the word "LIBERTY" is to the left, to his back and the date is to the right, at the chest level with the mint mark below, the reverse entails ...
Silver Bullion Coins provide investors with a convenient and cost effective way to add silver to their investment portfolio. Pricing for bullion coins typically depends on the market price of the metal. Visit the Bullion Dealer Locator to locate a dealer – bullion coins are not sold directly by the U.S. Mint.
The Red Book covers the history and values of colonial and early American coins, half cents through silver dollars and gold, commemoratives, Proof and Mint sets, errors, Civil War tokens, territorial gold, state quarters, Presidential dollars, and other U.S. coins, with practical essays on grading, investing, auctions, and more.