A 1950 Lincoln Cent that is in good condition (G4) is worth: 5 cents.A: also it's a wheat not memorial, memorials didn't start until1959 , wheats were minted from '09 to '58
The words under the Lincoln Memorial (which appear on the penny coin) are "one cent"
The Lincoln Memorial is under the care of the National Park Service.
The same place as on all Lincoln cents - under the date. No mint mark letter = Philadelphia "D" = Denver "S" = San Francisco (proofs only)
I have a friend who says there is. She has seen the memorial so many times, I don't doubt her. You just have to check it out for yourself.
All U.S. Lincoln cents have the mintmarks under the date.
All Lincoln cents that have mintmarks are under the date.
Not feathers, wheat stalks. And the Lincoln Memorial isn't missing, either. The ONE CENT design was used from 1909 to 1958. The Memorial was added in 1959 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. If there's a small "S" under the date it's worth between $1.65 and $6.50 in circulated condition, depending on how worn it is. If there's no letter, it's worth 25¢ to $1. All prices are retail.
Martin Luther King JR had his speech on August 28, 1963 under the Lincoln Memorial.
As you can see from the caption under the picture, the back of the bill has a picture of the Lincoln Memorial.
does it have a letter under the date?? Yes, D
Planning for the memorial was begun under William Howard Taft. Woodrow Wilson was president when construction began and Warren Harding was in office when it was opened and dedicated.
There is no such thing as a Lincoln "leaf" penny. From 1909 to 1958 Lincoln cents had 2 stylized wheat ears on the back, or reverse, side. The value of a "wheatie" cent varies significantly depending on its date, condition, and mint mark - anywhere from a couple of cents to thousands of dollars. Please post a new question with the coin's date and whether there is a small letter S or D under the date.
Yes, in fact, the bill has a caption under the picture that identifies it.
Assuming it has no mint mark under the date, retail is $6 to $10 depending on condition.
Yes. If you look at the back of the bill you'll see a caption under the picture that identifies it.
It's hardly a "house". As you can see from the caption under the picture, the back of the bill has a picture of the Lincoln Memorial.
Cents struck at the Philadelphia mint don't have a mint mark.
Look at it under a lens. If you are still not sure then take it to a coin dealer and have them look at it.
Abraham Lincoln was born in the year 1809, He died in 1865. You probably saw the date he was born. The mint can only make coins of a president when he is dead, so the earliest date would have to be 1865 and the Lincoln Memorial wasn't built until 1917. So if it had the memorial, then at the earliest time it would have had to be made is in 1917. This coin is probably 1 cent. Look for the date it was made by the right side of his head. It should say the date and then a S should be under it.
Memorial to Homosexuals persecuted under Nazism was created in 2008.
The mint mark on the Lincoln cent is under the date on the obverse of the coin, it can only be a "D" or "S" no other mint marks are used.
For a Lincoln cent, any mintmark is under the date on the obverse. Indian Head cents have the mintmark on the reverse under the wreath and can only be an "S" mintmark, on just on the 1908 & 1909 issues.
The design has been changed in 2009 to honor the bicentennial of Lincoln's birth. Four reverse images will be used, and 3 of them feature a building. The first version shows an image of the log cabin in which Lincoln was born. The third will show the Illinois state capitol, and the fourth will show the U.S. Capitol as it was under construction during Lincoln's term.The second design is the only one that doesn't show a building, and depicts Lincoln reading.The Lincoln Memorial is on the back of cents struck from 1959 to 2008. On better-struck coins, Lincoln's statue in the building can be seen. The Memorial is located at one end of the reflecting pool in Washington DC. The Washington Monument is at the other end. In between the two one can find the Vietnam Memorial and the World War 2 Memorial.
It is worth a penny unless there is an S under the date.
No a 1973 penny will not have VDB.