The Women Who Sold the 2018 Penny
The 2018 penny features a doubled die obverse and repunched mint mark – rare features to find even in uncirculated condition.
Costs associated with producing pennies have continued to escalate in recent years, prompting calls to finally discontinue them.
Penny opts out of acting and takes a job with Bernadette’s pharmaceutical firm, where her colleagues tease her.
Early Life and Education
Penny studied as an adult to attain her teaching qualification before working in various schools. Her passion for early years inclusion led her to complete both a master’s degree and PhD on teacher beliefs and practices related to peer learning.
Penny is an advocate of student voice and strongly believes in collaborative and inclusive leadership that allows all students to reach their full potential. She’s particularly keen on learning more about students’ views on gender equality.
In 1943, due to copper being needed for military use, the Mint began producing zinc-coated steel pennies, known as “steelies.” However, these “steelies” proved less durable and quickly rusted away compared to their copper counterparts; by war’s end, however, copper coins had returned as an option for production.
Penny Harrington, managing partner of Edward Jones investment firm, finds her career most satisfying when it is challenging. Over her professional life she has faced various trials and strives to learn from each experience that arises.
She specializes in employment law and regularly handles cases related to discrimination, harassment, retaliation and workplace investigations. Additionally, she advises clients on human resources matters as well as drafts contracts, policies and documents for their business.
She is passionate about travel, having visited over 20 countries so far. Additionally, she enjoys needlepoint, jigsaw puzzles and antique hunting; in addition to possessing a strong work ethic with strong values of kindness and compassion that have earned her numerous awards for community service efforts.
Achievement and Honors
Rashaad Penny won the Mountain West Male Athlete of the Year award in 2017. Penny, an outstanding defensive lineman for San Diego State University football team and was recognized with this prestigious honor – also becoming a first-round draft pick in NFL he currently plays with Seattle Seahawks. Penny Burge was granted professor emerita status by Virginia Tech’s Board of Visitors in 2019 for her exceptional and noteworthy retirement – this title allows them to remain on its payroll with benefits such as continued salary.
Pennies might not seem like much, but when found together or in rolls they can add up quickly if found. Justin Couch of GOBankingRates highlights this fact by asking, “Can you imagine finding an entire roll?” in his video.
Marshall not only excelled as an actress but was also renowned for directing movies such as Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Big and A League of Their Own. Her hobbies included needlepoint and jigsaw puzzles – two activities she enjoyed until her death at age 75 in Los Angeles.
Louise Penny’s murder mystery novels feature Quebec-based Detective Armand Gamache, inspired by Louise’s own experiences of loss and grief. Her books have sold millions worldwide, while she’s also widely respected for her advocacy work as a palliative care advocate in Three Pines in Eastern Townships of Canada.
Penny Hardaway is one of the NBA’s premier players and an in-demand college coach. He serves as an example that anyone can pursue their passion and make it big if they work hard and remain determined.
If you come across a rare penny, it could be worth more than you realize. Some rare pennies can sell for hundreds or even thousands of dollars!
One 1983 Doubled Die Reverse penny can fetch over $40 at auction, due to its rare error featuring doubled Capitol pillars on its reverse. Other errors, including Lincoln’s neck and date slashes have sold for thousands. Pennies marked “D” or “S” indicate they came from either Denver or San Francisco mint production respectively.