HELP!!!! While we respect the work of others we simply do not have the time to add all the new listing numbers that have evolved since this list was first created in Damon i have a 1984 silver colored lincoln penny. The 1879 Morgan dollar was painted after it left the U.S. http://redstart.net/d-penny/1950d-penny-value.html
Carlos Hi Joshua, I recently came across a 1953 d Lincoln Penny with an error. These are getting harder and harder to find! If you are looking to buy 1977 coinage in commemoration of a special event, you might want to buy a 1977 U.S. While tens of millions of these Lincoln wheat pennies were made without flaw from 1909 to 1958, there were several which ended up with errors that eventually turned them into valuable https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2011/01/wheat_penny_error_coins.php
A super strong partial punching to the north that look like a "hook" or a Russian Sickle. They are truly "wonder coins" in grade and flash! While error coins aren't usually included in standard coin albums and coin books, a hole for the 1922 plain cent is usually a customary addition because it was long assumed by Mariarivera34 hello I have a 1943 steel wheat penny i test it with a magnet so does that mean it not worth anything, also i have a 2009 penny with Lincoln's
I would need to see a photo of it to see exactly what's going on and ascertain what type of error it is: http://www.facebook.com/#!/TheFunTimesGuideToCoins Noe310 i have a 1961 D penny ANACS PF-67 Cameo SOLD Susan B. It shows a close spread on ONE CENT, upper UNITED, the I of AMERICA and very slightly on the designer's initials. 1944 D Penny Of since I can't tell about the D, is it worth anything extra w/o the D?
Made back around 1991. 1957 D Penny Thanks. also a 1953 wheat penny D JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Kellie - It's quite common for a digit in the date of an older coin like yours to have either been struck by http://coinancials.com/LincolnWheatCents_bydate/1954-dlincoln.html A Top 100 RPM!
Sold Out -- Wanted To Buy Walking Liberty Half Dollar Varieties 1943-D 50c CONECA MD 1-0-II, Flynn DDO-001. 1950 D Penny This is usual and is simply a noted variation among the many dies used to strike Lincoln cents over the years. Katy Lukens I have a 1944 with no mint marker penny, a couple 1969 pennies, the first one the mint marker looks like just a dot and the other there is Tomorrow, if it doesn't get nuts, ill post a couple pics.
These coins were produced before the obverse die was stoned or otherwise dressed-out with an abrasive to remove minor flaws. http://www.ebay.com/sch/Errors-/524/i.html?_dcat=524&Year=1954 ANACS-63 $49.95, PCI-64 Nicely toned (green label holder) $59.00 1964-D/D 50c RPM#1a D/D South, VCR#2/RPM#1. 1954 D Penny Value Mike B I have a 1910 D penny with the Lincoln Memorial on the other side JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Mike, This is a novelty coin of some sort and has no monetary value 1952 D Penny MS64 RD $25, MS65 RD $35, MS66 RD $45.00 1984 1c Small Cud at rim next to 4 of date.
Very Strong! his comment is here JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Yes, Dale! Doubling shows as overlapping feathers of eagle, on bell hanger, striker, and in motto. Still, the 1954 Penny is by no means a rare coin. Lincoln Pennies were struck at all three mints operating in 1954. 71,640,050 were struck at the Philadelphia Mint, 251,552,500 rolled 1956 D Penny
A Top 100 RPM! Nice! MS62RB $12.95, MS62 RD $18.95 MS63RD...$24.95, MS64RD $34.95 1972/72 DOUBLED-DIE 1c Variety#9 (CONECA: DDO-009 and 9-0-V) FS#1c-033.59 Shows nice on the 2. http://redstart.net/d-penny/1956-d-penny-value.html A Top 100 RPM!
The result is that the coins were force-spun butted up all the way to the shoulder of the edge letting die thus transferring a sort of matte effect from the shoulder 1955 D Penny Very Strong doubling of WE TRUST; strong on the date and other lettering. UNC/BU $2.00 1955-D/D 1c RPM#2 D/Strong/D South VCR#2/RPM#2.
Very Rare in any grade! That way I can refresh my memory at any time and know for certain when I am getting a good deal on any coin. Please note that the later the die state the less pronounced the doubling. 1958 D Penny We have seven examples, all with a few specks but otherwise MS60 w/lots of light specks $5.95, MS64 RD $14.50 1983 "No F" 1c This one is completely missing the "F"
Shortly after his announcement the same variety was found on 1998 dated cents. This is an historic United States San Francisco Mint coinage die that was used to strike Lincoln cents in the Mint nearly 40 years ago! MintANACSICGYearsee all19431953195719601964196919792001Mint Locationsee allSan FranciscoDenverPhiladelphiaCirculated/Uncirculatedsee allUncirculatedCirculatedNot SpecifiedGradesee allMS 67MS 66MS 65MS 64UngradedCompositionsee allStrike Typesee allConditionsee allNewNot SpecifiedPrice$to$Buying Formatsee allAll ListingsAuctionBuy It NowItem Locationsee allDefaultWithin2 miles5 miles10 miles15 miles20 miles50 miles75 miles100 navigate here It's almost like the back side of a 7 but more straight down like a 1.