1917 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, its worth about 5 cents. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $15
There are no wheat pennies dated 1966.
i have no clue that's why i asked how much there worth. Well that helps!!!!
About $1.50. 3 rolls of Wheat cents = 1 pound
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 were not made in 1865. They were made from mid-1909 till 1958.
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.
A nice one could bring in 25 cents.
The wheat design was used on pennies. This coin is normally called a Barber or Liberty Head dime.
Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.
Wheat pennies first appeared in 1909, so there ARE no 1888 wheats. If you have an Indian head penny dated 1888, it's worth about $2.50.
do you mean wheat pennies, they are 1 cent
Please post a new question and include a date, mintmark and condition.
Please check again and post a new question. Wheat pennies were made from 1909 to 1958.
No such coins were ever made by the US mint. See the related question below for info on 1917 US pennies.
This is a common date coin, value is 3 to 10 cents for circulated coins.
Common date and grade Wheat cents are on average 3 cents
30000 pennies are worth exactly $300. In the UK 30,000 pennies are worth £300.00
5 cents Wheat pennies from the 1950's are very common. Average values are 3 to 10 cents for most coins.
They are not feathers, they are wheat ears. Also the singular of "pennies" is "penny" Check out the following links:
23 million pennies are worth $230,000.
1000 pennies is worth ten dollars
You need to provide much more information. Pennies have been made since the 1700s! Common pennies from circulation are worth only face value. Wheat pennies are usually common and worth a few cents to a few dollars in circulated condition. Indian head pennies are worth a few bucks in average grades.
Not all that much. Most of them in circulated condition are worth about 3 cents from the 1940s-1958 (last year for wheat pennies was 1958). Though error coins and high grade examples will be worth more.
The great majority of them are worth one cent. But if you happen to have a 1955 "S" mint mark penny, I understand those are worth a fair amount of money.