How much are 1920 wheat pennies s mint worth?
Value depends on condition. It's worth around 50 cents in worn condition and nearly $100 in uncirculated condition.
The coins really depend on the date, the mint-mark and the condition. Generally, the older the better and the close to mint-state as possible the better. Wheat pennies struck in the 1950s are only worth about 3-10 cents in circulated grades, while even a poor condition example of a 1909 S VDB cent could be worth well over $75. Do not clean your coins, cleaning coins will only decrease the value of them.
It really depends on the date. 1982-present pennies are mostly zinc and are only worth face value, regardless of mint mark. Pennies from 1959-1981 contain about 2 cents' worth of copper, but mint mark still doesn't matter. Even post-WWII wheat pennies are only worth 3-5 cents, whether they're Philadelphia or Denver.
What is a 1920 wheat penny worth with mint mark. Maybe an s but hard to see without a high power magnifier?
As is the case with so many questions, the answer is that "it depends." What it depends upon are the date (and mint mark) and the condition of the coin. Specific wheat pennies in great condition (a 1909-S VDB in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, for example) could be worth several thousand dollars. If your question is actually "I have a jar with a bunch of wheat pennies in it - what can I sell it for?"…
I looked up a wheat penny chart and it said, a 1943 penny is worth about 15 cents, a 1943 penny with a d mint-mark is worth about 18 cents, and a 1943 penny with an s mint-mark is worth about 20 cents. I'm not sure how recent the chart is, because if the chart is old they could be worth a bit more. But I'm not sure
They're wheat stalks, not "fethers" - and the word is FEATHERS, in any case. Wheat-back cents from the 1940s and 1950s are generally pretty common and are only worth a few cents in circulated condition. Older coins can be worth more, depending on their dates what what mint mark letter, if any, is under the date.
According to a 2014 coin price chart, there is no wheat penny that is worth $12,500. There is, however, a 1922 (no mint mark) wheat penny worth about $500 in circulated condition and $20,000 in mint condition. The highest price penny like this is a 1944 Steel penny that is worth $100,000 in mint condition and $4,000 in circulated condition.
This type of error is called 'Off Center'. The more of the impression missing, the more it is valued, but those with a readable date and mint mark are the most valuable. If your penny (with no date) is an Indian Head penny it is worth $55.00. If it is a steel penny it is worth $45.00. Wheat pennies and Lincoln Memorial pennies are only worth $3.50.
Australian Pennies had two basic designs, the "Commonwealth of Australia" type issued from 1911 to 1936 and, the "Kangaroo" type issued from 1938 to 1964. Commonwealth of Australia Pennies Pennies minted at Heaton have an "H" mintmark on the reverse below the bottom scroll on 1912 and 1915 coins. Pennies minted at Calcutta have an "I" mintmark on the reverse below the bottom scroll on 1917 and 1918 coins. Pennies from 1911 to 1915 that…
1939 Lincoln, Wheat Ears Reverse (Wheat Penny): With no mint mark, in very good condition is worth $0.05, uncirculated is worth $3.00, proof is worth $35.00. With D mint mark, in very good condition is worth $0.45, uncirculated is worth $11.00. With S mint mark, in very good condition is worth $0.15, uncirculated is worth $8.00.
Wheat pennies are around 10 for 10$ its a good price i have about 5000 wheat pennies More It's simply not possible to give a blanket answer. Wheat cents were made for 50 years and at 3 different mints. Some of them (1957, 1958) were minted by the billions and are about as valuable as beach sand. Others (1909-S VDB, 1914-D) were minted in very small numbers and can sell for thousands of dollars. You…
it is a penny that has wheat on the back of it. they are older pennies More It's more than just "has wheat". The design consists of the words ONE CENT in large letters and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA in smaller letters. On each side there's a representation of a wheat ear, symbolizing America's agricultural power. Wheat cents were made from mid-1909 to 1958. Some from the 1940s and 1950s occasionally show up in change…
Circulated rolls of 1940's sell for 75 cents to $1.00 so about 2 cents. It's a common date, worth between 5 cents and a couple of dollars depending on condition. It would not be worth anymore then $2 as there are Indian head pennies from the 1800's still floating around. The mint mark being gone also damages the value. A perfect 1940 wheat goes for about $5-6