1944 is a common date, currently worth around 5 cents.
A 1944 copper misprint wheat penny is worth 1,000,000 dollars.
Average value is 3 to 5 cents. 1944 is likely the most common date wheat cent.
On average, about 3 cents.
A genuine 1944 steel cent is worth thousands of dollars. One sold at auction in 2008 for $373,750. To determine if a 1944 cent is steel or zinc-coated copper, test it with a magnet. Copper is not magnetic.
Well i am not 100% percent sure what your 1944 penny is if it is not wheat. As all 1944 pennies were wheat. However, if your penny is steel you have a very nice piece of history. In 1943 all pennies were steel because of the lack of copper in WW11. But, in 1944 there were some 'error' pennies that were made of steel instead of copper. All 1944 pennies should be copper! If the penny is steel it is probably worth upwards of 900$ and in fair condition probably significantly more. Hope that helps.
The penny will be worth about $30 to $50 dollars if it's in good condition and as long as it's copper.
The most valuable ones are the 1943 copper penny, and the even more rare 1944 steel penny.
1944D Wheat Penny; in very fine condition is worth $0.10, uncirculated is worth $1.50.
Yje 1944 pennies are very common.They wre produced in large quantities and consequentlt are not worth much...They only list from 5 cents to 85 cents in my coin book.
Five cents if circulated, perhaps 15 if almost uncirculated.
Face value to 3 cents for most coins.
It's a common date, worth about 5 cents.
I found a web site for that... The 1944 & 1944 d are worth .03 cents & the 1944 s is worth .04 cents.
A 1944 steel penny would be worth a few thousand dollars, these are error coins, akin to the 1943 copper penny. All steel pennies are supposed to be dated 1943, but some leftover blanks were added in 1944 which resulted in a handful of error coins. Keep in mind though, a 1943 steel penny's value ranges from around 2 cents in poor condition to about $3 if uncirculated, and a 1944 copper penny ranges from around 2 cents in poor condition to about $2-3 if uncirculated.
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.
Average value is 3 to 10 cents, it's a very common coin.
It's worth about 4 cents.
...If you can read the date on the penny, it is not an unstamped penny.
It's a common date, worth about 3 cents.
A very common coin, average value is 3 to 5 cents.
About 3 cents.
Old coins are valuable because they're old and rare. The 1945 penny isn't worth remarkably more than other coins of its approximate age (in fact, it's worth a lot less than a 1944 steel penny, or a 1943 copper penny, both of which are extremely rare).
Test it with a magnet. 1943 steel cents are magnetic. 1944 copper cents are not.
The 1944 Lincoln cent is the first U.S. coin to have a mintage of more then ONE BILLION coins. It is the most common of all Wheat Cents. if it has any wear at all, value is 2 cents. Uncirculated examples sell for less then $1.00.