How much is a 1938 penny worth?
CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1938 Wheat Penny value at an average of 35 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $10. (see details)…
What are Elizabeth II coins worth?
9 – Queen Elizabeth II Million Dollar Coin (2007) – 4 millions $ The Royal Canadian Mint created this piece of gold in 2007, with a nominal value of one million dollars. This is because this gold coin is made exclusively of a highly refined pure gold (999.99 ‰).
What is the most valuable British penny?
1933 George V penny Arguably the most valuable coin in the UK, with an estimated value of £72,000.
Which old penny is worth the most UK?
1933 George V penny
Arguably the most valuable one penny coin is the 1933 George V penny, which is worth an estimated value of £72,000. Although this was originally created as a pattern coin – which means it is not intended for release into circulation – it is believed seven were issued, making them extraordinarily rare.
Are 1938 pennies valuable?
A typical, heavily circulated example is worth 5 to 15 cents. An uncirculated example is worth about $3 and up. The most expensive 1938 Philly penny sold for $6,325 in 2005, certified as an MS-68 Red by ANACS.
How big is an Elizabeth II del Gratia Regina Penny?
Pennies minted after this date bear the inscription ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F D. The specifications of the bronze version of the penny were a mass of 9.45 g and a diameter of 30.86 mm, and remained as such for over a hundred years.
How much is an Elizabeth II Canadian penny worth?
The Elizabeth II Canadian Penny is struck by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1953. The value is approx. the average price with which US dealers sell these coins. The values depend very strongly on the grade of the coins. If the grade is better than xf the coin could be worth much more!
When was the first Elizabeth 2 penny minted?
Pennies were rarely minted during the early reign of Elizabeth II, but those minted for the coronation in 1953 feature the inscription ELIZABETH II DEI GRA BRITT OMN REGINA F D. Regular minting of pennies was resumed in 1961. Pennies minted after this date bear the inscription ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F D.
What was the value of a penny in 1936?
Penny 1936 The British pre-decimal penny coin, abbreviated as 1d (from “denarius” – the Roman coin from which the penny is directly descended), was a unit of currency that equalled one two-hundred-and-fortieth of a pound sterling (there were 20 shillings to a pound, and 12 pence to a shilling so one pound was equal to 240 pence).