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Appears to be a somewhat common '64 Memorial cent in low AU state. Worth one cent--possibly two or three if someone wanted one badly as a hole filler.
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Not worth much, I'm afraid.



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Still worth one cent! Not an error coin, just a normal cent. Keep searching!
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Are 1964 Pennies Worth Anything

Yes , One Cent .
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its value as a melted blob of metal is presently 3.1 cents
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its value as a melted blob of metal is presently 3.1 cents

That's what the mint says is the cost to make copper cents.
Go ahead and try to sell it to anyone for that price .
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3.1 cents is a 1964's cent's metal value per today's copper prices. The mint's expenses (if they were still making largely copper cents) would be on top of that. I've had buyers of cents in bulk pay me the metal value.
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Trick is, try to get anyone to actually pay you 3.1 cents.
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Trick is, try to get anyone to actually pay you 3.1 cents.

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