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What is a 1910 no mint mark penny worth?

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Answered 2010-10-10 04:45:37

Retail is 25 cents in Good condition and $8 in Almost Uncirculated.

More:A 1910 Lincoln Wheat Cent with no mint mark would have been produced in Philadelphia. According to USA Coin Book, a coin in good condition is worth about $0.30 up to about $17 in MS60 mint condition. In MS63 choice uncirculated grade, it is worth about $24. Proof coins were minted here as well and those are worth in excess of $320.
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A 1910 penny: With no mint mark, good condition is worth $0.20, fine condition is worth $0.45, uncirculated is worth $14.00, Matte proof is worth $22.50. With S mint mark, good condition is worth $6.00, fine condition is worth $8.00, uncirculated is worth $85.00.


No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia. It's worth 1 cent.


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No mint mark means it's from Philadelphia. It's worth exactly one cent.


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