A 1944 copper misprint wheat penny is worth 1,000,000 dollars.
The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000. This steel penny was minted by mistake and there were not a lot of them around.
It's worth about 4 cents.
The U.S.Mint has never issued a silver penny.
About 3 cents.
There is no such thing as a U.S. silver penny.
US pennies were never made of silver. They were made of steel in 1943 and those are worth around 10-50 cents depending on condition. Then a few steel cents were minted in 1944 by error, which, if genuine, is worth over $300,000
The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.
US pennies have never been made of silver.
1944 is a common date, currently worth around 5 cents.
The U.S. never has struck a silver cent. The coin has likely been plated, and is worth just a penny.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin has been plated.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated with a silver-colored metal.
Unless you find someone that wants it, just a penny.
1944D Wheat Penny; in very fine condition is worth $0.10, uncirculated is worth $1.50.
On average, about 3 cents.
At the most 5 CENTS
About 10 cents
Yes the 1970 penny is real silver and is worth keeping or even selling
U.S. pennies have never contained silver. Your penny is probably silver plated for jewelry or other decorations.
1944 D is worth .60 cents & the 1944 S is worth.65 cents according to the coin collector's price guide by Robert Obojski
It's worth about a dollar, just for the silver.
Sorry no silver pennies were ever made by the mint, but the 1943 cent was made from steel and a few 1944 cents were struck in steel by accident. If the date is 1944 see if it sticks to a magnet ,if it does take it to a coin dealer. If it doesn't stick it probably has been chrome plated.
There is actually no such thing as a 1973 'silver' penny. However, there are some Lincoln pennies from 1973-74 that have a shiny, silver-like look. These pennies are worth about $1.25.