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What to do with this penny

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not sure what to do with this any suggestions would be great
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Fun item to own! Look at sold items like this on eBay. You will find dateless ones generally sell for around 10.00.

So sending it in for grading would only put you in the hole and serve to pad the grading company's pockets.
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If it's no date it's worth $10 to $15, these are fairly common to find and have very little demand.

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Earle42 wrote: Fri Feb 19, 2021 12:41 am Fun item to own! Look at sold items like this on eBay. You will find dateless ones generally sell for around 10.00.

So sending it in for grading would only put you in the hole and serve to pad the grading company's pockets.
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Daniel wrote: Fri Feb 19, 2021 8:28 pm If it's no date it's worth $10 to $15, these are fairly common to find and have very little demand.
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