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    Default What to do with my copper pennies?

    Several years ago I started hoarding copper cents (mostly made pre-1982). At the time each was worth maybe 2.2 cents in copper. Fast forward to 2019 and they are worth about 1.7 cents each. I've got over $1000 in boxes . A lot of weight on the floor. It turns out I'd have been much better off putting the $$ into the market although it was a few dollars here and there over a long time period. What should I do with them?


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    I hope that you've seen this article about the 1943 copper penny:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/rare-pen...on-at-auction/

    You may have a fortune on he floor.

    best wishes - Paco

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    Paco, I'm a long time coin collector and took out any that had extra value. Rarely even found a cent worth !.00. One surprise was a like new 1909 cent. Also found maybe 4 Indian cents mixed in with regulars. Can you imagine anyone spending an Indian Head cent today?

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    I never collected coins but one time I was helping a friend tearing down an old upright piano - like 120 years old - for the wood. We found a handful of old silver coins that had fallen into the piano at some point in the 1800's. That almost turned me into a collector. That and an old piano recycler!
    Math doesn't lie, but people do.

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    Now my advice for those who die
    Declare the pennies on your eyes
    99 percent of Politicians give the rest a bad name.

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