
One
Thousand Pennies
1,000 [5 pennies wide x 5 pennies high x 40 pennies tall] A thousand pennies is only $10.00 worth of pennies, yet it weighs over six pounds. 

value  $10.00, (Ten dollars and no cents) 
width  3.75 inches 
height  3.75 inches 
thickness  2.5 inches 
weight  100 ounces, (6.25 pounds) 
height stacked  62.4 inches, (5.2 feet) 
area (laid flat)  562.5 square inches (3.9 square feet) 
Hundred Thousand
Pennies

One
Million Pennies
1,003,776 One million, three thousand, seven hundred and seventysix Pennies [ A wall five by four by one feet thick with a 9inch cube stepstool ] 

value  $10,037.76 (Ten thousand, thirtyseven dollars and seventysix cents) 
width  Four feet 
height  Five feet 
thickness  12 inches, (one foot) 
weight  6273.6 pounds (3.14 tons) 
height stacked  5,228 feet ( 0.99 Miles ) 
area (laid flat)  3,921 square feet 
One
Billion Pennies
1,000,018,176 One billion, eighteen thousand, one hundred and seventysix Pennies [ Five school buses. ]
Each
of these blocks represents one 9x11x41 foot school bus  as seen
below. If you were to stack all these pennies in a single
pile, one atop the other, the stack would reach nearly
one thousand miles high. For comparison, note that the Space
Shuttle typically orbits only 225 miles above the Earth's
surface.
in some cases, a "milliard". 

value  $10,000,181.76 (Ten million, one hundred eightyone dollars and seventysix cents) 
width  45 feet 
height  11 feet 
thickness  41 feet 
total weight  3,125 tons 
height stacked  987 Miles 
area (laid flat)  3,906,321 square feet (89.7 acres) 
One
Trillion Pennies
1,000,000,016,640 One trillion, sixteen thousand six hundred and forty Pennies [ One cube measuring 273 x 273 x 273 feet ] The same football field, set beside our new cube for scale. 

value  $10,000,000,166.40 (Ten billion, one hundred and sixtysix dollars and forty cents) 
width  273 feet 
height  273 feet 
thickness  273 feet 
total weight  3,125,000 tons 
height stacked  986,426 Miles 
area (laid flat)  89,675.2 acres 