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Welcome to the forum.

That color that you see is known in coin circles as "toning." It is the reaction of the metal, in this case copper, to the various chemicals in the environment. It adds no value to a common coin, but only to a coin which is already of  value because of rarity or high grade. Your coin is a common circulated cent, and is therefore worth one cent. It would not be worth the cost of grading.


Since this the only thread with a picture, would you mind deleting the other three?

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