Cents with a D below the date were minted in Denver. Those with an S were made in San Francisco, and those without any letter were made in Philadelphia. Cents are the only coins that don't use the P mint mark.
i have a1952d penny with an J and an S stamped on it.......by it;s face....
A Buffalo Nickel stamped on a penny is worth $800.00. A Jefferson Nickel stamped on a ZN penny is worth $70.00. A Jefferson Nickel stamped on a CU penny is worth $60.00.
The D on a penny indicates it was made at the Denver, Colorado mint
Not by the US Mint.
The 1957 D Wheat Penny was made in Denver Colorado. The "D" is the mint mark for the Denver mint.
i have a penny ,the back is stamped ,the front is slightly stamped like an outline of the face , maybe 2 numbers ,very hard to see
One cent. It's a privately-made novelty item.
it was made in denver, at the denver mint
The letter "D" is the mint mark for the US Mint in Denver, Colorado.
The out line of the US was put on the coin after it was made and is a novelty item. It has no collectible value.
the Lincoln penny was made in 1909 by victor d brennen
The worth of a triple stamped penny will vary depending upon its circulation and overall condition. It can be worth anywhere from $1.00 to thousands of dollars.
Proof pennies are only made at San Francisco. It's not a proof. It is just a penny worth a penny.
I have a 1980 penny with Martin Luther King Jr.s head stamped on it next to Lincoln's head and I have a co-worker who collects coins who says it is not worth anymore than a penny because it was not stamped at the mint. It is stamped not rsised as part of the coin.
A new penny blank planchet is worth $1.50.
The letter "d" comes from the greek word "dam" and a first look at the word from peter stuyvesant made it clear that it should be minted into the penny
They are worth about 6 or 7 dollars the last time I checked. I have a bunch of them. Quarters are worth about 15 dollars. I once had a penny with a nickel stamped on it, I sold it for $80.
1 cent. It's a novelty item made privately.
This is a novelty coin not made by the US mint and has no collectible value.
The D mint mark stands for the Denver Mint in Colorado were the coin was made.
Not that valuable. Probably 10 to 20 cents, depending on its condition, except for the extremely rare 1944 D/S (where an S was stamped over the D), which could be worth $70 to $150.