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Hello Geno,

If it is authentic, it would be worth at LEAST $0.01.  Why would it be worth more?  I suppose you can melt it for the 95% Cu and get a little bit more for it but you would spend more in generating enough heat to melt it and the gas taking it to a buyer.

There is a newbie forum for questions like this.  This forum is for and about the Registry.  The Registry is for certified coins. 

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Please explain what you are seeing that makes it worth more than one cent.  Don’t post a coin without some explanation of why you are posting it. You may be seeing something that we don’t.

No one on here minds helping but you have to help us to help you.

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