There were no 1910 steel pennies ever made. The pennies made in 1910 were made out of nearly pure copper.
No such thing. Steel cents were produced in 1943, not '42.
what is the value of a 1912 lincoln wheat penny
Steel Lincolns are 5 to 10 cents on average.
there is a 1906 Indian head penny ,but no 1906 wheat penny.
you should go to a coin shop to check. i am going to because i have one.
On average, about 10 cents. It's not as valuable as most people believe.
Value for average steel Lincoln's is 5 to 10 cents
Value for average steel Lincoln cents is 5 to 10 cents.
vlue of a 1919 wheat back penny
If this question is about the coin's value, they're worth about 10 cents. It's not a rare coin.
The 1943 steel Lincoln cent is not rare or scarce, the average value is 5 to 10 cents.
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.
They did not make 1968 wheat pennies.
This is one very interesting piece. I suggest going to a professional for grading and pricing.
Wheat cents were made from 1909 to 1958.
Wheat pennies were not produced until 1909.
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The average value of a wheat penny is about 50 cents. Many of these are very common and not worth much more than a dollar.
The value of the 1938 wheat penny varies by condition. This wheat penny can be worth 35 cents to 12 dollars.
The last "Wheat Penny" was made in 1958, a cent date 1972 is just a cent.
Steel cents were only made in 1943. Your coin is plated. It is considered an altered coin and is worth a penny.
Check the date again and it should say 1943. This was the only year steel pennies were made. Ask how much a 1943 steel penny is worth and you should find the answer. If an answer doesn't come up there should be on in the related questions section.
The 1943-S steel Lincoln cent is common. Average value is 10 to 25 cents.
Wheat pennies were not made for close to 900 years after this.
Priceless. The first wheat pennies were made in 1909.