Do you mean wheat pennies?
No way! more like 8 cents
1957D Wheat Penny: In very fine condition is worth $0.05, uncirculated is worth $0.20.
8-1-11>>> If you mean wheat pennies? Yes, average value is 2 cents, but some are worth more depending on grade, date and mintmarks.
There are no wheat pennies dated 1966.
Usually S mintmark wheat pennies are worth more.
One cent - it's plated, not real silver. The U.S. never minted silver pennies. They would have been worth more than dimes!
It really depends on which year and in what condition.
It's worth 3 cents. Post-WWII wheat pennies are extremely common.
About $1.50. 3 rolls of Wheat cents = 1 pound
All wheat pennies, regardless of year are worth at least 3 cents if the date is readable. Some wheat pennies though, are worth quite a bit more. For instance, the 1909 S VDB penny is worth several hundred dollars even in worn condition and so is the 1914 D penny. However, a 1909 S VDB penny in pristine condition could be worth thousands of dollars. In general, the older the wheat penny the more valuable it is. For example, most wheat pennies dated in the 1940s-1950s aren't that valuable, but wheat pennies dated in the teens and twenties are worth a lot more.
According to "wikipedia" the first Wheat backed pennies were not struck until 1909.
It depends on the date, condition and mintmark. The wheat pennies from 1909-1958 are worth at least 10 cents if has a date on it.
Wheat pennies is one they may be worth a few dollars; see cointrackers.com. They have good info.
Wheat pennies were not made in 1865. They were made from mid-1909 till 1958.
Wheat pennies or any other US pennies were ever made of silver. They would be worth more than a dime if they were made of silver. A regular 1941 wheat penny is worth around 3-7 cents in circulated condition.
Post-WWII wheat pennies aren't worth much. You could bring them to a coin shop, but you'll only get 2-3 cents each.
This coin is common and is worth 2 to 7 cents in circulated condition.
All of them are collectible, some are worth more than others.
No. '43 wheat pennies vary in value from .30 to .70 cents.
Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.
You should be looking for a coin store in your locality. Get a few opinions if you can. However, please know that very few wheat pennies are worth more than a few cents.
some wheat pennies are very collectible and worth a lot
A nice one could bring in 25 cents.