Half Cent


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Half Cent

A coin minted in the United States between 1793 and 1857 worth 1/200 of one dollar.
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This edition has current market prices in high circulated grades and multiple Mint State and Proof grades; updated auction records; updated and additional photos, including a chopmarked trade dollar, various Mint State and Proof type coins, and new die varieties; an essay on the 1837 "Half Cent Worth of Pure Copper" token; an essay on the passing of the half cent and large cent from US commerce; and new die varieties, including major 2009 "Formative Years" Lincoln cent doubled-die reverses.
The 1796 copper half cent was one of just 1,400 minted in the US and is now worth 72 million times its face value.
They took 70 coins to the Salisbury-based Woolley & Wallis auctioneers, where an expert spotted the one inch half cent with Liberty pictured on one side.
Gasoline prices at the pump dropped less than a half cent as they approached an end to their yearlong decline, an industry analyst said Sunday.
Cherrypicker's Guide to Rare Die Varieties of United States Coins; Volume 1: Half Cents Through Nickel Five-Cent Pieces, 6th Edition
A Guide Book of Half Cents and Large Cents: History, Varieties, Populations, Values
NYSE:MRH) has declared a quarterly dividend of seven and one half cents per common share.