Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Tiggy, Oct 20, 2019.
anyone put a price on this for me?
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Thanks for your input.
Why did you use a wheatie?
Wasn't my choice. They re-used ones from the year before, and my older-lady teacher refused to admit that other coins were copper and not zinc. She was a stubborn woman. Anyway, most of the coins looked like this, however mine I could tell was only used once, it was much better looking than the others.
God, I hated those teachers.
Didn't help that she had my teenage father back in 1989... Either way, The coin is probably still in that lab. I bet this years sophomores and juniors will use the same penny.
You're very welcome, Tiggy!
Welcome to CoinTalk
Teachers stay around a long time. My 4th grade teacher taught my dad, my grandmother and my little sister who is 10 years younger than me. She taught 4th grade for 75 years. I should say that she was a nun and they taught until they died. I have been out of school for more than 50 years, I wonder if my Science teacher is still teaching. Thanks for the story of how that penny came to be.
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