How much is a 1941 Australian penny worth?

What is the value of an Australian 1941 Penny?

Some Australian One Penny coins minted at the Perth Mint in 1941 have, in addition to the K.G mint mark (dot between K and G in the designer’s initial) another dot after the Y in PENNY.

Penny 1941, Coin from Australia – detailed information.

Mint Mint mark Total Mintage
Melbourne Mint No mint mark 1,588,800 (1.6 million)

Is the 1941 penny worth anything?

What is the 1941-penny worth? The 1941-penny value is $0.02 to $1.76 depending on its condition. The 1941 S penny goes for $0.03 to $3.08.

Which Australian pennies are valuable?

The 1930 penny is one of the rarest Australian coins, due to a very small number being minted and holds the record as the most valuable copper penny in the world. It is highly sought after by coin collectors, and a 1930 penny in very fine condition can be worth A$45,000 or more.

What year Australian pennies are worth money?

The most valuable Australian penny is the Proof 1930 Penny selling for $1.15 million in 2019. The coin was struck in 1930 at the Melbourne Mint during the Great Depression. The Proof 1930 Penny is Australia’s most valuable penny.

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Is a 1964 Australian penny worth anything?

Australia, 1964 Perth Penny –

1964 Perth pennies in PCGS MS65RB have sold for as much as $2,600 through online auctions. This coin here, priced at only $350, is good value by comparison.

Why is 1944 wheat penny rare?

The 1944 Lincoln penny is particularly desirable in the eyes of collectors not only because of its design, but also due to its scarcity. Being that there are no more 1944 Lincolns being produced, the scarcity of these coins is constantly on the rise, thus making the coins more valuable.

Which 1941 penny is worth the most?

Very Fine S and D coins are worth $0.50, and Extremely Fine grades are worth around $1. The value increases to $4 in Uncirculated (MS-60) and $6 in Uncirculated (MS-63). The most valuable variety of the 1941 wheat penny by far is one in which the obverse face has been struck twice, an error known as a doubled die.

What penny is worth $1000000?

1943-S Lincoln Cent Sells for $1 Million.

Which 1940s penny is worth the most?

Some 1940 Lincoln proof pennies go for $25 or more. In 2006, a 1940 Lincoln penny in mint state 68 Red was sold for $14 950, as per information from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). This guide discusses the 1940 Wheat penny.

How much are florins worth?

The Florin was a coin worth two Shillings, it was also sometimes known as a “two bob bit”. It was issued from 1849 until 1967 and was worth one tenth of a Pound, or twenty-four old Pence.

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Which Australian florins are valuable?

Pretty much any florin prior to 1920 can be worth a few multiples of silver value even in very poor grades. But more importantly the key date 1932 florin and 1939 florin can be worth $100+ in well circulated grades up to several thousand in pristine uncirculated grades.

What is the rarest penny?

1943-D type Lincoln Bronze Penny – $1.7 million

The most expensive penny that has ever been sold at auction is a 1943-D Lincoln penny that had been struck on a bronze planchet. The penny was in uncirculated condition.

What can you do with old Australian pennies?

Yes, all coins (including collector coins) currently produced by the Mint are Australian legal tender. Collector coins may be used to purchase goods and services to the value stated on the coin (or ‘face value’), or can be exchanged at a bank for regular circulating currency to the same face value.

How much are my old pennies worth?

For most pennies, those minted in recent years are worth, well, a penny. Most wheat cents (wheat pennies were minted between 1909 and 1956) are worth about 4 to 5 cents. Those in better condition can have double-digit value. Special examples (especially those in near perfect condition) can be worth much more.

Why is the 1930 Australian penny so valuable?

The London die variety is a very rare coin in any grade. Most of 1930 Pennies found over the years have had a considerable amount of circulation, and been in lower grade between Very Good and good Fine making any example of this Australian Rarity a collectable example.

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