There is no 1873 wheat penny. It is an Indian head penny.
The first US wheat penny minted was the regular 1909.
It's not a wheat penny. Wheat cents were issued by the US, not Canada. Aside from that, it's worth about $0.25 U.S.
If it's not a Wheat penny, it's not a US coin. A lot more information is needed, post new question.
The only penny being produced by the US Mint in 1885 was the Indian Head penny. Wheat pennies were not produced until 1909.
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The 1956-D Us ***Wheat*** penny is worth about 10 cents at best.
The Lincoln Wheat cent wasn't introduced until 1909.
"Staw Penny" refers to an old US penny with wheat on the back, which was the design through the 1950s. Current pennies have the Lincoln Memorial on the back.
The wheat ears appearing on cents minted from 1909 to 1958 honored the power of American agriculture.
1915 D Wheat penny in good condition is worth $1.25, uncirculated is worth $90.00.
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No the US has never made a gold one cent coin.
All US pennies minted 1909-1958 are wheat cents. 1953 fits into that time frame.
Wheat cents were made from mid-1909 to 1958. Your coin is called a Indian Head penny. Please check the date again and post a new question.
It wouldn't have any wheat on it because wheat cents were made by the US, not Canada. Please see the Related Question for more information.
1946 is a common date wheat penny, most coins in average condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents
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.
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The only magnetic US coin is the 1943 steel cent. All other wheat pennies are made of copper, which is not magnetic.
1936 is a common date wheat penny, most coins in average condition are valued at 3 to 10 cents
Please check your coin again. Wheat cents were struck from 1909 to 1958. All 1973 US cents have the Lincoln Memorial on the back, not the wheat-ear design.
Check that date again. The US Mint didn't begin production until 1793.