1910 with no "S" mint mark is not a rare date for Lincoln cents, but a coin with an "S" mint mark is much more valuable. The mint mark position is below the date. It may be blank or there may be an S.
Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 04/2010:
No mint mark (Philadelphia):
Very worn condition - $0.17
Moderately worn - $0.40
Slightly worn - $0.86
Almost no wear - $90
Uncirculated - $18.00 to $124.80 depending on quality
"S" mint mark (San Francisco):
Very worn condition - $7.19
Moderately worn - $10.64
Slightly worn - $13.80
Almost no wear - $59.20
Uncirculated - $75.60 to $390.00
It depends on a lot, the mint mark(which would be like a P,S,or D) and it depends on condition. Go to Ebay and type in what it is and compare to their prices, or get a coin guide.
About 16 cents
A 1910 penny is worth about 75 cents if it were in average condition
1 US cent has the same value the world over! i.e. 1 US cent
The value of a 1910 Lincoln cent in average circulated coindition is 25 cents to about $2.00.
20 cent coins were only made for four years: 1875-1878
1856 3 cent coin value
6-29-11>>> Retail value of a 1910 Liberty Head nickel is $3.00-$5.00 for a average circulated coin.
About 1 cent.
It's still worth one cent US.
A 1997 US one cent piece? is a Lincoln cent and only face value.
Please look at the coin again and post a new, separate question. > The last US half cent was minted in 1857. > Britain has never used the "cent" denomination so there are no British half cents for any year.
It's worth exactly one cent.
A 1942 US Wheat cent is common, average value is 3 cents.
The coin has face value only.
7-26-11>>> A 1910 Lincoln cent that is uncirculated has a minimum value of $10.00. The value does go up, but it depends on the actual grade and color of the coin.
No, there isn't a .75 cent value of a US coin. However, there are coins that are equal to $1.00 value.
One cent, it's not that old
It's still worth one cent.
1910 is considered a common date for Liberty nickels. well-worn = $1 lightly worn = $20 uncirculated = $45
about 1 cent
One cent. That is it.
Face value only. Billions were minted.
No worthwhile value