its probly worth 150 bucks.
about 50 bucks
It would be worth surprisingly around 11,000$
Modified coins have no collector value.
No, they are worth no more than the metal (or face) value of the coin, the gold plating adds so little gold that it would cost more to de-plate the coin than the gold is worth. For example, a 1965 gold plated half dollar would be worth ~$4.50 in silver scrap just like a normal 1965 half dollar. A 2002 gold plated quarter would be worth just a quarter, just like a normal 2002 quarter.
The only way a NES would be worth a million dollars, would be if it were gold plated and studded with diamonds.
The full set of ET trading cards lists for $25 in top condition. If your cards are damaged, they would be worth far less.
My guess would be that it was plated with gold (or a gold-colored metal) after minting, and that it is thus worth about a penny.
The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.
I am not sure of where you can go locally Fresno CA to find out how much your vintage trading cards are worth.
One cent - it's plated, not real silver. The U.S. never minted silver pennies. They would have been worth more than dimes!
Put it up on eBay and see how much its worth.