1919-S is a slightly better date for wheat cents. In well worn condition it's worth about 10 cents -- lightly worn, with all the vertical lines in the wheat ears clear and separated, it's worth about $2.00 -- a nice uncirculated one is worth about $30.00.More:According to USA Coin Book, a coin in good condition would be worth about $0.20 while an coin in MS60 mint condition would be worth about $42. I coin in MS65 brilliant uncirculated grade would be worth about $125.
Most likely an Indian Head cent. However, it would depend on the date, mintmark, and condition of the penny that would determine which is worth more.
About 3 cents.
It depends on the mintmark and condition. A 1928 penny with no mintmark (thus minted in Philadelphia) in not that great of condition might only be worth $.10, however if it has a D (Denver) or S (San Fransisco) mintmark it could be worth a dollar or so in the same grade. If you have a perfect example it can range anywhere from $90-3,000 depending on the mintmark, but those are only for the absolute best coins, if you picked your coin out of circulation on average it would be worth $.10-$.20 with no mintmark and I'd estimate about $1-2 if it has an S or D mintmark.
A 1957 wheat penny would be worth about 20 cents in very fine condition.
Most likely a penny. Since it was plated with zinc many collectors would consider it an altered coin. Altered coins usually very little or no value. Since a 1909 penny with no mintmark is not rare to start with the coins value has probably been destroyed.
1865 would make it an early Indian head penny, not a Lincoln wheat penny. It's not the rarest of dates. In worn condition it's worth around $10, and in uncirculated condition it's worth a little over $100.
This coin is common and is worth 2 to 10 cents in circulated condition.
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.
The last wheat-back cents were made in 1958, so a 1992 one would be impossibly rare. If your coin has the Lincoln Memorial on the back, it's an ordinary penny worth 1¢.
This type of minting error is called 'Off Center'. the coins with nearly all the impression missing are worth more, but those with those with date and mint mark are worth the most. Average worth of a wheat penny with off center error is $3.50.
If the coin has the mintmark D then it would be below the date on wheat pennies, memorial cents, and the current design. The D means it was made at the Denver mint facility.
Assuming that you are referring to an "S" directly under the date, that is the "mint mark" of the coin, and it signifies that it was produced at the San Francisco Mint. A "D" would signify Denver and no mintmark at all would signify Philadelphia. Note that, from about 1980 onward, the Philadelphia mint has used a "P" mintmark for all coins except pennies (which continue to be without a mintmark).
If your 1919 wheat penny is silver, then it is either silver plated or a counterfeit. In either case it has no collector value. Dan Well, Dan, what if it is a cent-on-dime planchet error? That would be about $250.00
It depends on the date. A 1909 S VDB cent may be worth thousands of dollars, however, wheat cents from the late 1940s and 1950s are only worth 3 or 4 cents.
It would be gray.
Lincoln cents have their mintmark, if any, just below the date. All such cents minted in Denver would have a "D" mintmark - with one exception. In 1922, pennies were produced only in Denver, so all such coins should have a "D" mintmark. The pennies produced that year, however, were often weakly struck; furthermore, oil or other detrius filled the mintmark on the die from time to time, causing the the mintmark on the struck coin to get weaker, and at later stages to disappear entirely.
The English/British One Penny coin has been issued for over 1,100 years. All years of issue of the British decimal New Penny and Penny are still potentially in circulation so, unless they are part of a Proof or uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they are worth 1 Penny. 20th century predecimal Pennies would need to be in mint condition to attract any significant value. The most spectacularly valuable example would be the 1933 Penny. There are 7 known coins. Other than that, there would be the - 1919 (KN mintmark & H mintmark), 1918 (KN mintmark & H mintmark), 1909 (variant - 1 directly above tooth) 1902 (variant - with low tide - further done Britannia's shin)
What would the worth of a 1901 penny be?
Wheat Back cents did not begin production until August, 1909. Any 1903 penny would be an Indian Head cent.
Really depends on condition and whether it has a "VDB" on the reverse between the wheat ears. In average circulated condition one with no VDB would be worth about 50 cents, one with VDB about $2.
1901 would make it an Indian head cent. It's a common date, usually selling for around one dollar.
There are two ways to have a 1957 silver metal wheat penny : 1) If it was struck on the wrong planchet (like the silver planchet for a dime). This would be considered an error coin and can be worth as much as $50 2) If somebody has silver plated a normal penny. This would be considered a novelty item and would have no added collector value.
It's only a penny spend it.
It is worth a penny.