With a silvery coating on it, it has now become a novelty item with no collector value.
It's made of steel, not silver, and it's worth about 5 cents.
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.
It's made of steel, not silver, and it's shiny because it's plated in zinc. If it still has a full zinc coating, it's worth around 50 cents.
Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.
They aren't silver, they are steel. They are worth anywhere from 3 to 10 cents in average condition.
A 1942 wheat penny is worth 2 cents for the copper.
Firstly, the 1943 Lincoln cent is zinc-coated steel, NOT silver. It's a common coin. If the zinc coating is still there and the coin is shiny, it's worth upwards of one dollar.
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 sounds like you're referring to the 1943 wheat penny, which is actually made of zinc-coated steel, not silver or aluminum. In circulated condition, one is worth about 10 cents.
The Wheat Penny did not appear until 1909.
A wheat penny is worth about $1,000,000
That's not actually silver, but zinc-coated steel. It's more common than most people realize. If it's still shiny with the original zinc coating, it could be worth upwards of a dollar.
All pennies since 1983 are made almost entirely of zinc, covered with a thin coating of copper. Therefore, what you have is either a zinc penny that did not get its copper coating (worth abuot a dollar), or a normal penny that has been silver plated (no added value). You should be able to determine this by weight. A normal penny will weigh 2.5 grams. So if yours weighs less, then it's missing its copper coating. If it weighs more, then it's been silver plated.
U.S. pennies have never been made out of silver. On a 1994-D penny, the silver-colored metal below the copper coating is zinc, NOT silver. It's worth one cent.
1944s wheat Penny
The value of a 1929 D wheat penny depends upon the condition that the penny is in. A 1929 D wheat penny that is not in good condition is worth about $4.00, a 1929 D penny in pristine mint condition is worth $446.
The value of the 1938 wheat penny varies by condition. This wheat penny can be worth 35 cents to 12 dollars.
A 1944 copper misprint wheat penny is worth 1,000,000 dollars.
There is no such thing. Your coin is most likely silver plated for jewelry
1944D Wheat Penny; in very fine condition is worth $0.10, uncirculated is worth $1.50.
There's no such thing as a silver penny. It's been plated for use in jewelry or similar. The plating makes it a damaged coin worth only 1¢.
It depends on the condition of the penny
it is worth about $2 to $80,000