Cents made in Philadelphia do not carry a mint mark. Despite its age your coin is still commonly available among dealers and collectors. Its retail value would range from 5¢ if very worn, up to maybe 35¢ if almost uncirculated.
A 1941 penny without a mintmark means it was minted in Philidelphia.
So very many were made is just a penny
It is worth face value.
SIMPLE ANSWER: No US coin dated 1965, 1966 or 1967 will have a mintmark, it's just a penny.
A 1941 Australian Penny minted in Perth will have a "." after the "Y" in PENNY (Y.) or, a "." between the KG (K.G) above the kangaroos tail on the reverse. KG is the designers initials. A 1941 Australian Penny minted in Melbourne will have no mint mark at all.
Is it a US penny? If so is there a mint mark?
A 1914 penny with no mint mark is worth about $1.50.
A 1943 steel penny with no mintmark can be worth $.35 - $1.50
A U.S. 1965 cent (not penny) was minted without a mint mark. It is a common coin. A 1965 Great Britain penny is worth 10 cents if uncirculated.
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.
Value will vary depending on condition and mint mark. About $0.35
2002 mint sets in original package have a value of $15.00 to $20.00. The penny has never had a P mint mark.
The value is determined by the date, mint mark, and condition. Without knowing any of those factors, your question is impossible to answer.
No letter below the date means it was minted in Philadelphia. It's worth exactly one cent.
The US mint never made pennies like this. Plus without a date it is impossible to determine the value.
Only a penny, they don't have any really collectors value. The only value would be if the coin is uncirculated ($.35 with no mint mark, $.10 with S or D mint mark), proof is worth $1.00.
2 to 4 $
1939 Lincoln with no mint mark, average value is 5 to 10 cents.
A 1941 wheat penny, with no mint marks is worth between 35 cents and 5 dollars. Poor condition is roughly 35 cents, while excellent condition is closer to $5.00.
The value depends on the date, mint mark, and condition. Without knowing those details it's impossible to give a specific price.
In average condition, 5 to 10¢
8 to 20 cents depending on condition.
Face value only one cent
depends on the condition and mint mark
If your coin has no mintmark, it was minted in Philadelphia. If you have tons of them, coin dealers will give you 3 cents apiece.