A 1941 penny without a mintmark means it was minted in Philidelphia.
I think you mean an "S" mintmark, depending on grade, value is 10 cents to $2.00
It means that it was made at the San Francisco mint.
i believe you mean wheat which were pennies minted from 1909-1958. the are called wheat pennies because on the back of the penny there is an ear of wheat.
If by "circulation code" you mean mint mark, then it's worth between 5 and 50 cents depending on condition.
You mean a 1941-D wheat penny? They are pretty common and can be bought at any coin shop for under 10 cents or rarely found in pocket change.
The letter D is the mint mark for Denver.
The lack of a mint mark indicates that it was minted in Philadelphia.
no L must me an error on D possibly or worn
"Ten-penny", probably referring to 10/100 of a Mark.
Cents struck at the Philadelphia mint don't have a mint mark.
You probably mean date. Series is used when identify paper money. The date is on the right side on the front.
The D mint mark stands for the Denver Mint in Colorado were the coin was made.
its a mint mark, the letter indicates where the coin was made P = Philadelphia, D = Denver
I think you mean GRAINS, but in any case they're wheat EARS. That design is called (drum roll please) a wheat cent, wheat-back, or "wheatie". It was issued from 1909 to 1958.Values of common wheat cents are less than a nickel, but some rare dates can be worth thousands.
A piece of money worth half a farthing (Mark 12.42). A farthing is quarter of one penny.
Assuming you mean Wheat penny's, the 1909-S V.D.B., 1914-D & 1931-S are the icons of the series.
It means that somebody altered your coin after it left the mint, prettymuch destroying any collector value it may have had.
If you're referring to an American 1¢ coin: > No mint mark under the date - 15 to 35 cents depending on condition. > D mint mark - 50 cents to $4.00 > S mint mark - 40 cents to $2.00 If you mean a British penny, about $5 in average condition.
It refers to Lincoln cents made from 1909 to 1958. The back side had two wheat stalks encircling the words ONE CENT.The design was changed to the Lincoln Memorial in 1959. That continued until 2008.
KG is the initials of the designer of the reverse of many Australian predecimal coins - George Kruger Grey. The Perth Mint inserted a dot between the KG (K.G) on the 1940 and 1941 Australian Penny as a Mint Mark to indicate it was minted at the Perth Mint.
I'm not sure what you mean by "base" penny. Anyway, values for the 3 mints are: No mint mark - retail would be about $1 in average circulated condition. H mint mark - $2 to $3 KN mint mark - $15. These prices increase significantly if the coin is not heavily worn.
if you earn a penny and you save it
A pancake made of wheat flour.
She was the greek goddess of the harvest and wheat
A letter D just below the date is the mint mark for Denver.It is called a mintmark, and it signifies where the coin was minted.