September 9, 2016
Spill of Penny Blanks Reminds People of “Worthless” Coin premium
A massive spill of one-cent blanks (known as “planchets” to numismatists) on a Delaware highway serves as a reminder that the United States penny is still worth its weight in copper-plated zinc–or, that regardless of quantity, the coin has become more of an inconvenience than a value. You decide. Read the full story here.