7 Rare and Valuable Pennies Found in Circulation Today

Updated on October 21, 2019
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Zach has been coin collecting since childhood. He loves all coins, but Lincoln pennies and Jefferson nickels are his favorites to collect.

Read on to discover how much the pennies in your piggy bank are really worth . . .
Read on to discover how much the pennies in your piggy bank are really worth . . . | Source

Are you hoping to become the next millionaire from a penny plucked from pocket change? If so, good luck! It's not that I don't believe you can't find one, but the fact of the matter is that the odds aren't even remotely in your favor.

However, with that said, there are still quite a few valuable pennies in circulation today. Sure, you won't strike it rich if you do find one, but with some reaching $500 in value, you'll be glad you took a minute to glance at your pocket change!

There are billions of pennies currently in circulation, so there's always a chance that you could find something. This article will explore seven of the most valuable pennies in circulation today.

Did You Know?

Numismatics is the study or collection of any type of currency, and people who engage in the practice are referred to as numismatists.

Let's face it; some things are just too good to be true. When I read articles saying that there's a chance of finding 1955 doubled die and 1943 copper cents in circulation, I can't help but chuckle. Sure, there's not an overwhelming populous of coin collectors, but I can almost guarantee that they've removed virtually all these coins from circulation. Not to mention the fact that there's only a handful of 1943 copper cents in existence! So, without taking a fantastical approach, I've focused on seven modern mintage Lincoln cents that have a reasonable chance of being found today.

Seven Valuable Lincoln Cents in Circulation Today:

  1. 1983 Doubled Die Reverse
  2. 1984 Double Ear
  3. 1992-D Close-AM
  4. 1995 Doubled Die Obverse
  5. 1998 Wide AM
  6. 1999 Wide AM
  7. 1961-D Over Horizontal D

Continue scrolling to learn more about each of these pennies' characteristics and values.

The 1955 DDO wheat penny is a great example of what a double die error looks like.
The 1955 DDO wheat penny is a great example of what a double die error looks like. | Source

1. 1983 Doubled Die Reverse

Characteristics

The term 'doubled die' refers to an error in the minting process in which a coin is struck twice. This causes the coin's design to overlap slightly. With the 1983 doubled die penny, the error is noticeable on its backside where the phrase "ONE CENT" is printed.

Note: It may be difficult to spot with the naked eye, but upon placing the coin under 10x magnification, it should be clear that there are two layers of words.

Value

Since this penny is most likely going to be the hardest of the seven to find, it does pull in higher values. Coins in mint state condition are currently selling for $275.

1984 double ear Lincoln penny.
1984 double ear Lincoln penny. | Source

2. 1984 Double Ear

Characteristics

The 1984 double ear penny is often also referred to as a doubled die obverse error. The error on this coin is a noticeable second earlobe below Lincoln's full ear. You won't need a magnifying glass; this one is easy to spot.

Value

Recently I've noticed a slight increase in the price of this error penny. This could indicate that these are getting a little harder to find in circulation. Right now those in mint state condition are selling for around $230.

What Is Mint State Condition?

Mint State (MS) denotes coins with no wear at all. These coins are also known as Uncirculated (Unc.) or Brilliant Uncirculated (BU).

Mint State Condition Numerical Grades

Grade
Meaning
Uncirculated (MS-60, 61, 62)
Uncirculated with noticeable defects (e.g. excessive bagmarks or poor luster)
Select Uncirculated (MS-63)
Uncirculated with fewer noticeable defects
Choice Uncirculated (MS-64)
Uncirculated with moderate defects but above-average eye appeal
Gem Uncirculated (MS-65, 66)
Uncirculated with minor defects and mint luster
Superb Gem Uncirculated (MS-67, 68, 69)
Uncirculated with extremely slight defects
Perfect Uncirculated (MS-70)
Utterly flawless

3. 1992-D Close AM

Characteristics

Surprisingly, unlike the others, this coin isn't an error. It simply possesses a variation that is different from the standard penny of that year. You'll need to look at the reverse of the coin and closely scrutinize the "AM" in America.

If the coin in question is the rare variety, the A and M will be so close to each other it will look as if they are touching. Regular minted coins from 1992 will have a noticeable gap between the two letters.

Value

This rare penny is pulling in values of up to $500 in mint state condition, and with almost 4.5 billion pennies produced at the Denver Mint in 1992, there's a good chance that these are still in circulation.

Don't Let Bad Vision Deter You

It's fairly hard to distinguish between the close AM and wide AM designs with the naked eye. An inexpensive magnifying glass may be needed.

4. 1995 Doubled Die Obverse

Characteristics

This is the latest Lincoln penny error that the U.S. Mint produced. Although there are varying degrees of doubling on it, the word "Liberty" is the strongest indication of this error.

Note: Though it might be hard to see with the naked eye, magnification should reveal the 'layered' lettering.

Value

I hear stories of people finding these coins in rolls of common pennies. If you do happen to come across one, they are worth $50 in mint state condition.

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Shown above is a wide AM Variety. Some pennies from 1998, 1999, and 2000 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all coins minted before 1994. Shown above is the close AM variety. Few coins from 1992 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all pennies minted after 1993.
Shown above is a wide AM Variety. Some pennies from 1998, 1999, and 2000 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all coins minted before 1994.
Shown above is a wide AM Variety. Some pennies from 1998, 1999, and 2000 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all coins minted before 1994.
Shown above is the close AM variety. Few coins from 1992 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all pennies minted after 1993.
Shown above is the close AM variety. Few coins from 1992 exhibit this trait. It is normal for all pennies minted after 1993.

5. 1998 Wide AM

Characteristics

All pennies minted for circulation after 1993 depicted the word "AMERICA" with the letters A and M nearly touching. Due to the use of a proof die on regular coins, the 1998 wide AM was born. If you have one of these coins, there should be a small space between the A and the M. If the two letters look like they are nearly touching, it's an ordinary penny.

Value

This type of penny is worth about $15 in mint state condition. Even though its mintage is unknown, its value tells me that they are probably fairly common. They might just be one of the easier-to-find error coins out there, so keep your eyes peeled!

6. 1999 Wide AM

Characteristics

This coin features the same proof die reverse as the 1998 wide AM coin. If you have a rare variety, it will have a small space between the letters A and M in "AMERICA."

Value

This is definitely one of the most valuable pennies in circulation, fetching prices as high as $500 in mint state condition.

7. 1961-D Over Horizontal D Penny

Characteristics

Though it was long-overlooked for being a "modern" penny and is still far less popular than the 1909-S over horizontal S penny, this penny has finally earned a bit of recognition. The secondary mint mark is far more visible on the D-over-horizontal-D variation; in fact, it is the strongest horizontal re-punched mint mark in the Lincoln Series.

Note: Though this mint mark is usually easier to see, you may still benefit from the use of a magnifying glass.

Value

Circulated pennies of this type can pull $10–15, but uncirculated versions can be worth upward of $60.

What Is a Mint Mark?

A mint mark is a small letter that denotes the mint that made the coin. For example, a 1914-D penny was minted in 1914 in Denver. "D" and "S" are the most common, but there are other mint marks to be on the lookout for (though not all of the following mints manufacture(d) pennies).

Did You Know?

In the 1960s, coin collecting became so popular that it caused a coin shortage! In an effort to reduce coin collecting, coins minted in 1965, 1966, and 1967 had no mint marks.

Mint Mark
Mint
Years in Use
CC
Carson City, NV
1870–1893
C
Charlotte, NC
1838–1861
D
Dahlonega, GA
1838–1861
D
Denver, CO
1906–Present
O
New Orleans, LA
1838–1861, 1879–1909
P
Philadelphia, PA
1942–1945, 1979–Present
S
San Francisco, CA
1854–1955, 1968–Present
W
West Point, NY
1984–Present

Note: The "P" mintmark had never appeared on a penny until 2017, when the Philadelphia mint quietly released a 2017-P penny to commemorate the mint's 225th anniversary.

Note: While San Francisco is still an operational mint, it no longer manufactures circulating coins. It now mints clad and silver proof coin sets and commemorative coins.

Note: The mints in Charlotte and Dahlonega only produce gold coins.

Coin-Roll Hunting

Looking into collecting pennies? Coin-roll hunting might be a good place to start. All you have to do is get a few rolls of pennies from the bank and sort through them for coins worth more than their face value ($0.01). A whole box of penny rolls costs $25.

Here are a few tips for those of you considering coin-roll hunting:

  • Purchase and return your coin rolls from different banks (preferably big and well-frequented ones). This will reduce the chance of you getting the same rolls again.
  • Opt for paper coin rolls rather than plastic ones to reroll your unwanted pennies into. These are more likely to hold the correct number of coins and less likely to slice your fingers.
  • Keep protective casings on hand just in case you find a valuable coin in mint state condition.
  • Set up in a low-traffic area of your home so that your coins can be left undisturbed.

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Which Pennies Are Worth the Most Money?

Though you're less likely to come across these highly prized pennies in your pocket change, the following are the most valuable Lincoln, Indian-Head, and Wheat Penny cents, as well as the most expensive pennies of all time.

Note: There is some overlap in the tables, for example, the 1943-S Copper Lincoln Wheat Penny is in both the "Most Valuable Lincoln Cents" and the "Most Valuable Wheat Pennies" tables.

A Note on 1943 Pennies

These pennies are unique because they are the only ones in the wheat penny collection that are made of steel. They were made this way due to the preservation of copper for ammunition in WWII.

These coins show up once in a blue moon in circulation and are easily spotted due to their silver color. The mints made quite a few of these coins, so most specimens that you'd find in circulation are worth very little. It's still a cool coin to add to any collection, though.

Most Valuable Lincoln Cents

Year
Error
Value
1943-S Copper Lincoln Wheat Penny
$185,000
1944 Steel Lincoln Wheat Penny
$125,000
1943 Copper Lincoln Wheat Penny
$45,000
1969-S Lincoln Memorial Penny
Doubled Die Obverse
$10,000
1922 No D Plain Lincoln Wheat Penny
No Visible Mint Mark
$2,050
1955 Lincoln Wheat Penny
Doubled Die Obverse
$1,900
1917 Lincoln Wheat Penny
Doubled Die
$1,350
1909-S VDB Lincoln Wheat Penny
$1,025
1914-D Lincoln Wheat Penny
$760
1972 Lincoln Memorial Penny
Doubled Die Obverse
$290
1909-S Lincoln Wheat Penny
"S" Over Horizontal "S"
$275
1909-S Lincoln Wheat Penny
$225

Most Valuable Indian-Head Cents

Year
Error
Value
1861
$23
1864 With "L"
$62
1873
Doubled "LIBERTY"
$625
1877
$725
1878
$26
1888
Last "8" Over "7"
$2,650
1908-S
$70
1909-S
$450

Most Valuable Wheat Pennies

Year
Error
Value
1943-S Copper Lincoln Wheat Penny
$185,000
1944 Steel Lincoln Wheat Penny
$125,000
1943 Copper Lincoln Wheat Penny
$45,000
1922 No D Plain Lincoln Wheat Penny
No Visible Mint Mark
$2,050
1955 Lincoln Wheat Penny
Doubled Die Obverse
$1,900
1917 Lincoln Wheat Penny
Doubled Die
$1,350
1909-S VDB Lincoln Wheat Penny
$1,025
1914-D Lincoln Wheat Penny
$760
1909-S Lincoln Wheat Penny
"S" Over Horizontal "S"
$275
1909-S Lincoln Wheat Penny
$225

10 Most Expensive Pennies of All Time

Year
Value
1943-D Lincoln Bronze Cent
$1,700,000
1944-S Lincoln Steel Penny
$373,750
1943-S Lincoln Cent Struck on Bronze
$282,000
1909 VDB Matte Proof Lincoln Penny
$258,500
1856 Flying Eagle Cent
$172,500
1943 Lincoln Cent Struck on Bronze Alloy
$164,500
1864 Indian-Head Penny With "L" on Ribbon
$161,000
1914-D Lincoln Penny
$152,750
1877 Indian-Head Penny
$149,500
1926-S Lincoln Penny
$149,500

Good Luck Out There!

Now that you've read through this list, you'll hopefully be able to go out there and find a few valuable coins for yourself. I'm curious to hear about your discoveries, so please tell me what you found and how you went about finding it! As always, good luck!

© 2011 Zach

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      Cody dickerson 

      3 weeks ago

      How much is a 1882 indian head penny worth ?

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      Yoli 

      3 months ago

      1970 s mint penny looks different looks like e hes got smile compared to many other pennys

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      Rick Kent 

      4 months ago

      I have a 1994 d with an imprint of a crooked chain on the head side. Is it worth anything?

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      Bernard Craig 

      4 months ago

      I want to sell coins

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      Pennysedlacek23@gmail.com 

      4 months ago

      1949 wheat penny mint mark of d 1952 mint mark of d 1954 mint mark of d 1953 mint mark of d 1939 no mint mark and 1942 no mint mark the 42 look like gold when you take a pik is cast on a dime wrog planhet and a 1971 ken hafe dollar what are these coin worth

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      Pita 

      4 months ago

      I found a 1910 penny in my change! Where can I sell it? Or is it not worth anything?

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      Don Kin 

      5 months ago

      I have a 2009 what values it's

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      Robert Dail 

      5 months ago

      I been going throug my gallon jug of change and rolling up after wards down to pennies ill keep all 82 and lower solud coopper .found a lincoln memorial back penny that has a 1935 date .iv looked with magnifing glass and its 1935 first thought the 3 was a messed up 8 .but no its a 3. 1935. Anyone ever herd of this or can help me out i can send pics .it still freaks me out

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      Ralphie 

      5 months ago

      I found 2 trash cans in my grandfathers barn full of wheat pennies. Way to heavy to lift and carry. What should I do with them ?

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      Blue Moon 

      5 months ago

      Yes you can find valuable coins in change.... The odds are much better than the lottery! And, your losses are minimal! I found one of the most desired coins today, roll searching... you have to learn what to look for... knowledge is power...

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      Nate 

      5 months ago

      Is there a 1974 error penny

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      Mike 

      5 months ago

      I have this 1999 penny but it’s a strange color

      It’s more gold than the normal color

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      garcia 

      6 months ago

      I just bought a bunch of pennies I wonder if I made a dumb buy or if they are actually worth something! What's worse is that I got them on sale! 1934-1958

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      Charlie 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1995 silver Penny it looks like the body is in 3d can any one Tell me about it no mint on it

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      Jamie Lieberg 

      6 months ago

      I have the 1943 and the 1943 D Bronze Cent Weight: 3.11 grams on the 1943 D and on the 1943 Weight: 3.10 grams

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      Chris 

      6 months ago

      I have some pennies that are defects for sure.i was wondering if you or someone can help me out.

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      Michael 

      6 months ago

      I have 1998 with looks like north Carolina coming out of his nose and on bottom of shirt VDB

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      Billy Brough 

      6 months ago

      I FOUND THE 1935 D WEAT PENNY CANT FIND ANYTHING ABOUT WHAT IT MIGHT BE WORTH

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      Jimmy 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1961D penny on a Dime Planchet what is it worth I would give it a vg

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      Fred ware 

      6 months ago

      I have a 2000 D South Carolina Quarter that I got back change from Walmart. It missing half of the wording from the front to back of the coin. Also it look like it was struck on a nickel... Can you help me out with this coin.

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      Honey 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1958 wheat penny. D stamp what is it worth?

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      Salah 

      6 months ago

      Salve ho d'elle monete américaine 1992 AM 5 pezzi e 1995 1990 1999 1982 1983 1972 1942 1956 e 200 pezzi miste e 100 pezzi jeverson 1970 1776 1965 .....qualcuno enteressa grazie

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      Timothy Smith 

      6 months ago

      I have the 1983 1968 D. 1968 1998 1995 1961 1992 close AM who do i need to talk to

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      Ronni 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1966 penny with no mint mark and is almost as thin as a piece of paper. Ive never seen a penny so thin. Does any one know why it is like that? Just worn??

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      Judy Scott 

      7 months ago

      I am the executor of an estate in which the recently deceased was a coin collector. I'm an trying to determine the value of a sealed plastic case which bear the identity "Double Minted COLLECTION" and contains 6 coins (all circulated) 1) 1916 Mercury Silver Dime 2) 1916 Barber Silver Dime 3) 1938 Jefferson Nickel 4) 1938 Buffalo Nickel 5)1909 Indian Penny 6)1909 Lincoln Wheat Penny. The authenitification certificate is on the rear. Can you help me?

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      Ann 

      7 months ago

      I have a 1943 penny that looks kind of silver is it worth something

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      Rick R 

      7 months ago

      I have a 1951 and a 1955 wheat penny dont know what the value is on them and i have a red 1973 penny???

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      Clayton 

      7 months ago

      I got a 1943 wheat penny with no mint mark

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      JERRY Hartfield 

      7 months ago

      I have all cind of Con i lick to seal

      Whom can I talk to plesse get back

      with me on this Thank youJerry

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      Dee Daniels 

      7 months ago

      Love this site !!!!

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      Cyretha Daughtery 

      7 months ago

      I have a 1965 penny that looks to be struck on the wrong planchet, also has markings on Lincoln's face as well as offcentered and missing half of the words IN GOD.

      Can i possibly get some help in finding out if this may be valuable?

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      Managing Devine rio 

      8 months ago

      I found a penny 1984 no mint mark black color

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      lindasu@gmail.com 

      8 months ago

      I have a really messed up penny double di with other defects on front and defects on the back with the one cent print being close to the middle of the coin, worth?

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      noah 

      8 months ago

      i have a quarter dollar an has no mint mark an is 1966 is this worthe anything?

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      hayly 

      8 months ago

      I found a 1806 log cabin copper penny how much could that be worth?

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      Traci Snelgrove 

      8 months ago

      I have 2 wheat pennies 1946 has a error that I haven’t seen.. where the usual D below the date would be it’s a 9 ??? And I’ve got a wheat 1957 D? Could you tell me more and worth??

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      Bugg 

      8 months ago

      I have a 1917 d wheat that is missing the l in liberty is this worth anything

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      Charles Bilyeu 

      8 months ago

      Very good. Concise but very informative and the pictures were exactly what I needed. I'm sold on this site. Thank-you,

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      Treshon 

      8 months ago

      I got a 1968 penny and a 1968

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      Elia 

      9 months ago

      I found a gold penny 1973 very shiny no mint and it is thicker than the regular one! How can I find out about its price?

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      JASON 

      9 months ago

      I have a 1944 steel penny and a 1943 copper are they worth anything?

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      maria carmela tizon 

      9 months ago

      I have lincon cents 1943 up

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      Joshua bamaca 

      9 months ago

      I have a rare error coin 2000 wide a m lincoln penny $1,000.00

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      vincent 

      9 months ago

      i have a 1943 steel penny circulation condition. are they worth any thing

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      Iggy 

      9 months ago

      I have a 1983 penny with no FG and can't get no information about it can you help me please

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      PaulC 

      9 months ago

      My next door neighbor growing up showed me a steel trash can half full of wheat pennies. When I asked why are they in there he said because is dad’s dresser drawers were to full to keep them in there. I wish I knew where he was now.

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      Glai 

      9 months ago

      I have 1967 one cent lincoln penny.no mintmark but highgrade.what is the value of this penny?

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      Dickeedoo 

      10 months ago

      I have three 1982 copper small date d pennies who wants them

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      David 

      10 months ago

      1983 one cent coin no mintmark.

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      Shane Hopkins 

      10 months ago

      Has any one seen a 1955 penny with 55 over 55 and has crack runs through the 55 and missing the word trust.

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      Jim 

      10 months ago

      I have a 1944 copper lincoln wheat penny any one know the value of it its got no mint mark and in good shape for 1944

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      Marie Lynn 

      10 months ago

      I have a1983D and 1997double ear penny. How much it worth and how I sell it. I'm from Philippines

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      Dave 

      11 months ago

      I have a 1994 penny in liberty the l an iare together

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      ellenkodz1@gmail.com 

      11 months ago

      If I had one of those coins where do you turn it in for value?

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      Joel 

      11 months ago

      Ihave a 1914 wheat penny, no mint mark. The "L" is completely missing in the word liberty. I could use some help to be sure of what it is.

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      Jesse 

      11 months ago

      I have31982d small date copper pennies how do I get them graded

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      Caleb 

      11 months ago

      I have 2 wheat pennies. One is 1941 in really good condition, and the the other is so old that I can’t read the year. Any idea how much those could be worth?

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      Missy 

      11 months ago

      I have a roll of uncirculated 196.1 pennies. They are in beautiful condition but every penny in the roll is mark 196.1 .anyone have any information or values on this?

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      Gillian 

      11 months ago

      I have a 1967 penny. Is it worth something?

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      Pat steelehave 

      11 months ago

      Have coins i dd like u t o look at if u have time

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      LeRoyce Hardin 

      11 months ago

      I have a 1951D no l in Liberty Wheat Penny.Have you ever seen one.

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      Art Greenwood 

      12 months ago

      I have a 1978 copper Penney with Lincolns nose being visible with a

      strike mark just behind the nose, any value?

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      jason 

      12 months ago

      RI might have the 43_s. Steel is it a good one

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      Nickel boy 

      12 months ago

      I got a half cent from 1776-1976 with no mint mark how much is that worth?

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      Nickel boy 

      12 months ago

      I have four nickels 1964 D mint marks on them all those are each two hundred dollars right

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      I have a penny with a knife or wooden stake in the forehead. Who can I send it to. 

      12 months ago

      I have a penny with a knife stuck in Lincoln head. Whom do I send it to.

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      triads345@gmail.com 

      12 months ago

      Do you know a buyer for 1944 bronse penny?

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      lani 

      12 months ago

      How much is a penny worth with no mint mark

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      kate martin 

      13 months ago

      found 1969 no fg mark and 1979 filled d i want to sell it

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      Betty Mireles 

      13 months ago

      I came across a 1995 D Lincoln penny. The word Liberty is Giberty or 6iberty. It also appears to have eagal wings on the left side of Lincolns head & at the bottom has letters and numbers. Would anyone seem to know anything of this coin ???

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      I found a 1938 wheat penny reverse 

      13 months ago

      I found a 1938 wheat penny reverse

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      Pam 

      13 months ago

      I have a 1944 wheat penny with no mint. The R in liberty doesn't even look like an R. Were there any errors or is it just beat up

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      Melissa Harrison 

      13 months ago

      I have several different wheat pennies from 1924-1958 how can I learn the value of them? I have held on to them for some time.

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      Duston 

      13 months ago

      I have a half struck penny but half the date is not on it it has 19 and the rest was not on the penny how do I find if it’s worth something

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      shellshocked 

      14 months ago

      you refer t the 1995 doubled die obverse as the last mint error. 1-no it's not, 2- it's not an error it's a variety as an error is a one of a kind and a variety is multiple examples. Doubled die is where the master hub was doubled and when they restamp a die it could be rtated or tilted to make the die doubled and the pennys is not stamped twice so there could be many of the same variety.when it stamps or presses the penny in the

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      Tiffany 

      14 months ago

      I have a penny with half the date missing and some kind of flower marking on it

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      moses karoo 

      14 months ago

      I have a 1948 canadian penny with georgivs vi dei gratia rex on one side is it worth anything?

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      Jesus 

      14 months ago

      I have pennys 1943,1905,1903,1907and nickles 1936,37,35 ,and more for sale

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      15 months ago

      I found a penny worth 2 million.

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      Joanne 

      15 months ago

      I have a 1904 Indian head penny. Looks to be in good condition. Is it valuable?

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      Thomas T 

      15 months ago

      1978 dime no mint??

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      ENOCHAY 

      15 months ago

      I have alot of these Penny's that are very old would like to sell them .....

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      james 

      15 months ago

      i have a 1993 double die on the front and back all over it i can't find nothing on it can you guys tell me how much is it worth

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      Adrian 

      15 months ago

      I have a 1983 penny is bigger in diameter than any other penny out there can someone help me find out more on this 1983 penny

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      mike santillo 

      15 months ago

      i found a 1943 copper penny in the Delaware gap this year medal dectecting it was in an old mason jar with other coins so what is it worth

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      Raymond Waiti 

      15 months ago

      l have 10 old coins starting from 1930 to 1950. Thank you

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      Nehal 

      16 months ago

      am working on both wanted coins US & UK appreciated your kindly coins collectors data

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      rotten tooten 55 

      16 months ago

      I found a1945 p penny that has 1925 stamped behind the t in trust . just wondering if it might be special lol

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      Jay Layton 

      16 months ago

      1969 s ddo I found it

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      arthur 

      16 months ago

      i have a 1982 sm date 3.1 grams whats the value

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      Ciel Clark 

      16 months ago

      I have so many old coins-trying to figure out which to save. Great post!

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      Paula 

      16 months ago

      Have a few older d pennies any value?

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      mary grace 

      16 months ago

      where can i change my 1992 D penny in the P

      Philippines or in USA?

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      Joseph 

      16 months ago

      I have found a 1983 copper US cent. I read on a site that it is rare, what say you?

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      Cleia demlo 

      16 months ago

      I have 1944 penny 1945 and 1919 , 1974 d penny to sale

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      16 months ago

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      Rachel Lorraine 

      16 months ago

      I have a 1983 D penny weighing 3g how to sell

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      Rusinska1961@hotmail.com 

      17 months ago

      I found a penny 198? Cant read stamped twice with bottom cent covering date is it worth any thing ?

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      Winter 

      17 months ago

      I have a 1959 penny. What is it’s worth?

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      Wendy 

      17 months ago

      I have a wheat penny 1900 w do I find about more information ois coin

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