An interesting fact about the penny is that the face value of one penny is less than what it costs to produce that one penny. It costs about 1.8 cents to produce a single penny. In 2011, the U.S. Mint spent $134 million ... More »

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A leopard's tail is as long as its entire body. This helps the leopard maintain balance and make turns more quickly. The leopard is a fast, solitary mammal that reaches speeds up to 35 miles per hour. Birds and dinosaurs... More »

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DealDash.com is an online retailer founded in February 2009 that sells a number of different products via auction, as of 2015. Prices start at $0.00 and go up by a penny with every bid, leading to savings of up to 95 per... More »

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Circulated 1963 pennies are only worth face value, however a penny in mint, uncirculated condition can be worth anywhere from $.05 to $.35 or more, as of 2014. The value of the penny is greatly dependent on the condition... More »

Pennies made prior to 1982 have a copper content that is worth more than their face value. Wheat pennies issued between 1909 and 1956 are also worth more to collectors than their face value. More »

Wheat pennies from 1924 are not particularly rare; they are in fact quite common. The Philadelphia Mint released over 75 million wheat pennies in 1924; this figure does not reflect pennies that were not released into cir... More »

As of 2014, the intrinsic value of the metals in a 1944 Canadian penny was $0.02, while the collector's value varied from $1.21 to over $130 in American currency. The value of a coin depends on its condition and the type... More »