Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Alexander Slaughter, Sep 25, 2022.
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What do you need help with?
@Alexander Slaughter Hi and welcome to Coin Talk! Please explain what you need help with, and someone will be glad to help!
1936 D (Denver)
As you have posted this in the What's it Worth section, I assume you are enquiring about value. If not could you be a bit more precise with your question? People here are glad to help if they knew what to help with
You'll have to give us more to work with.
you may have questions, concerns etc all wound up in your head ... but we're not online telepathists to know anything for sure.
we see 5 pennies, worth 5 cents. If you read a book, youtube, website about "making it rich with pocket change" you might be in for a surprise in reality.
First, they're called cents (officially from the mint). Just look at the reverse of the coins you posted.
Second, they're in circulated condition. They did their job working commerce for a living.
You’ve been a member almost entire year, so you should know that we in order to answer you properly, need to have more information from you. I am speculating on what you need but it appears you have normal circulation worn wheat cents.
At best they are worth two cents each. They’re all common dates and I don’t see anything special about them. I see no dye cracks, no doubling, no nothing. If I speculated wrong about what you’re asking, please give specifics.
Is this a error?
What makes you think it’s an error? I do see two small die chips in the date, the 9 and the 5. Die chips are mint errors but they are so common no one really wants them.
Maybe die deterioration?
specific questions you can ask in the US Coins forum, or in this one as well.
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