>My grandmother passed away and I recieved a box of coins, miscellaneous
>stuff including 5 "white pennies" (Zinc?). Are they worth anything? I do
>not see an S or D or anyother significant markings to tell you.
>I also have some uncirculated coins packaged;
>1973 D penny, nickle, dime, qtr, 1/2, and dollar
>1976 S qtr, 1/2 and dollar
>1971 S silver dollar sealed w/ blue chip
>AND several pennies dated 1944, 1919 and 1920, $1 silver cert. deries 1935
>and 2 consecutive numbered $2 bills 1976.
>I have no concept of their values other than the sentimental. Please
>e-mail me since I dont frequent this sight. Thanks!
The zinc coated steel cents are not particularly rare. I got one in
circulation just the other day. If uncirculated they might retail for 0.75
to $1 each. If circulated they might retail for only .20-.50 and a dealer
probably wouldn't even be interested in purchasing them.
The 1973 coin set might retail for about $8.50.
The 1976 bicentennial set might retail for about $13.
The 1971 Eisenhower dollar might retail for about $3-4.
The pennies would probably be worth a few cents, unless in exceptional
The 1935 silver certificate, I believe is worth no more than a few dollars
in circulated condition.
The $2 bills are only worth face value.