Coins & Currency Auctions - Pennies in Michigan - Live & Online

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Date(s) 8/3/2022 - 8/10/2022
Bidding Notice: Bidding is NOW OPEN and will begin to close on Wednesday at HIGH NOON (12:00 PM EST). Registration is free and bidding is open to the public. You may place your bid at any time prior to the close of bidding - if you leave a maximum bid, the computer will bid on your behalf up to your maximum without going over. Just like eBay, your bid will not be raised unless another bid is submitted. Unlike eBay, if a bid is placed in the final 2 minutes of bidding - time will be extended an additional 2 minutes to replicate a real life in person auction. REMEMBER: Many people bid in the closing seconds of an auction, so using the maximum bid feature is very smart if you do not want to lose your items!
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Date(s) 7/22/2022 - 8/12/2022
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On this page you’ll find collectible U.S. pennies and cent coins for sale. Most bear mint marks from the Denver, San Francisco, or Philadelphia Mints. Styles include wheat pennies, Lincoln pennies, bronze pennies, zinc-coated steel pennies from the 1943 run, and early 20th Century pennies marked “VDB,” the engraver Victor David Brenner’s initials. Older still are the Indian head penny, Flying Eagle penny, half-penny, and copper-nickel penny. (Modern pennies are made of copper-plated zinc.) Rare cents include the pre-1837 pure copper cent piece and the accidental 1943 Lincoln “copper” penny (actually bronze). Conditions of auction pennies include mint, proof, uncirculated, brilliant, and toned examples, sold singly or in penny collections and rolls. Come back later to HiBid.com if you’re not seeing the right penny for your collection—sellers add new items frequently.