1911 with no mint mark in good condition is worth $.20, uncirculated is worth $30.00, proof is worth $275.00.
2002 mint sets in original package have a value of $15.00 to $20.00. The penny has never had a P mint mark.
Is it a US penny? If so is there a mint mark?
The mint mark does not determine the value of a coin. If you have a penny and want to know what it is worth, please submit a new question and include the date on your penny as well as the mint mark.
A 1914 penny with no mint mark is worth about $1.50.
So very many were made is just a penny
Assuming you mean an American cent and not a British penny, its value depends on its condition and mint mark. No mint mark - 25c if worn, $1.25 if moderately worn, $2 if only slightly worn. "D" under the date - $5; $9, $15 "S" under the date - $20, $35, $42.
A 1943 steel penny with no mintmark can be worth $.35 - $1.50
Only a penny, they don't have any really collectors value. The only value would be if the coin is uncirculated ($.35 with no mint mark, $.10 with S or D mint mark), proof is worth $1.00.
Value will vary depending on condition and mint mark. About $0.35
The lack of a mint mark means it was struck in Philadelphia, and value is 1 cent.
AnswerThe mint mark is a "D" (for "Denver"), not an "O".Please see the Related Question for more information.
Regardless of which mint mark it has, values are 5 to 10 cents. Uncirculated coins are a dollar or less.
In average condition, 5 to 10¢
8 to 20 cents depending on condition.
Face value only one cent
It is worth face value.
The mint mark is below the date.
Value ranges from less than $1 to $24,000 depending upon the condition of the coin and which mint mark or mint mark error is on the coin.
The Australian 1911 Penny was minted at the Royal Mint in London and has no mintmark.
1939 Lincoln with no mint mark, average value is 5 to 10 cents.
No mint mark means it's from Philadelphia. A penny from that year is worth around 3-10 cents on average.
No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia. 1956 is a common date, and the coin is currently worth 3 cents.
There's never been an E mint mark on US coins. Please check again - if there's a mint mark under the date it will be either D or S.
Current retail is 5 to 15 cents depending on condition and mint mark.