I don't think I have anything of value, but I do have a question for you… What does the ‘S' and the ‘D' (the "mint marks") stand for? Multiple Errors Just when you thought it was over I have to throw in one wrinkle – the multiple errors. it looks as if both sides were struck on one side. Or do these particular coins need to be of certain rarity where mine are simply nice old coins? http://redstart.net/wheat-penny/what-is-a-wheat-penny.html
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Kevin, Thank you for the detailed photo. I want to know if this is rare or valuable or if its just really neat to have. jan I have a 1968 pennie.the back has a head and the building stamped on it. sheldon I have a 1958-d penny is it worth anything more than 1cent?
Even back in 1981, a 1943 bronze cent sold for $10,000! Today, these coins routinely bring in over $100,000. 1944 Steel Penny Just as some 1943 cents were accidentally struck in My love for coins began when I was 11 years old. I am very new at collecting coins. Also there is no "L" On the ribbon :(… Thanks again josh!
Another related variation is the dual mintmark (DMM), which occurs when two different non-overlapping mintmarks are found on the same coin. And why would one of my 1964 pennies have a ‘d', but two of my other pennies from the same year not have any letter at all? Anonymous Check for a tiny ‘VDB' on the back of the coin near the rim under the wheat stalks, Booz. Wheat Penny Error List Here's some more info: //coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/12/coin_dealer.php Brendon Rogers Joshua, I have wheat penny with no date on it.
I am going to keep reading on my coins. 1946 Penny Value Jason Hoffpauir posted Sep 29, 2016 at 11:20 AM New Additions To My Collection Collecting Nut posted Sep 29, 2016 at 11:04 AM My Newest Error Dollar Pickup Collecting Nut posted Joe Stratton I have A 1955 penny that has a slanted I in the word united .it looks like its almost connected to the N. If it's significantly lighter, it could be a pattern piece of some type that was struck using a metal like steel, aluminum, or something of the sort, though I highly doubt
I have been reading alot about doubleing and mistricks but havn't read anything about them stricking the penny with both side on one side. 1952 Wheat Penny Error Diana I have a 1917 Lincoln wheat penny there's no l and a very faint i. Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by bafflez, Jan 2, 2010. The 1 is actually a 1 and not a straight line and it is backwards.
Anonymous Hi, Diana -- Yes, a 1909 penny with no mint mark is generally worth, as you said, $2 to $3. First off, let me say that you should keep any wheat penny that you find since they are all worth at least three times face value. 1946 D Wheat Penny Error This one is not nearly as well-known as the 1944-D/S cents, but is far more scarce than either of the 1944-D/S varieties known. 1938 Wheat Penny Error An 1870 Indian Head cent is worth at least $50 in grades of Good-4, though values rise into the $100s of dollars if the coin has only little wear.
Regan I'm relatively new to ACTIVE coin collecting. http://redstart.net/wheat-penny/1958-d-wheat-penny.html Thanks for stopping by and literally giving us your two cents' of input! One is dated 1941 and the other is dated 1914/ neither has a mint and additionally there is a smooth surface under the date as if there was never a mint Thank you! 1941 Wheat Penny Error
If you wouldn't mind posting an image of your coin though I could likely provide a more thorough and accurate answer. JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Curious - A 1914 Lincoln cent without the "D" (Denver) is a coin that was made at the Philadelphia mint (which does not put a mintmark on one-cent coins). Holly I have a 1934 penny that is completely blank on the side of the penny where the wheat would be is it worth anything Holly Sorry I did that wrong this contact form Is there anything unique about this coin?
However, if your coin doesn't stick to a magnet, it's worth getting authenticated to see if it's the real deal. 1952 Wheat Penny D Error IT IS ALMOST SMOOTH O0N BACK STILL AS I SAID THE WORDING ,WHEAT STALKS, E.C.T. The Coin Show Coin Talk Home Forums > CoinTalk > What's it Worth > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Activity Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent
Some of them can be worth several hundred dollars each, on up to a few thousand dollars for some coins. I think you'll find this is a very fun hobby -- and there are so many avenues you can take with coins. If it is an error what term gets used for that aspect of the coin? Wheat Penny Misprints Thank you for your expertise!
linda Hav a yr fourtysomething wheat penny, wat I do ricky jozwiak i have a 1964 silver dime no mint mark is that normal. It pretty much covers the entire back of coin..If anybody can tell me any information about this coin would be greatly appreciated. Betkoski06 Hi Joshua, I have a us coin with "in god we trust" reversed and on edge of coin" This is to the left of "in god we trust" 1947 lincoln navigate here Here's some more info on that: //coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/01/slabbed_coins.php Laura F i have a silver 1953 D wheat penny what is it worth?
Thanks for your question! Continue Reading Keep Learning What is the value of a 1943 penny? DKPBOY I HAVE A 1952 D PENNY WITH THE 1 IN 1952 MISSING YOUR THOUGHTS PLEASE Ricky Thomas88 I have a 1972 D penny with in god we trust double die email me at [emailprotected] Anonymous Dave, The coins with the blobs likely have die chips on them -- they're common defects that occur when the die (the stamp that makes the
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide George, Your coin isn't an actual error but, rather, a novelty coin of some sort - most likely part of an illusionist's gaffe piece. coins produced during the 20th century. Navarrete Lilianna do you happen 2 know the price on a 1955 doubled die penny Anonymous Lilianna, A 1955 doubled die penny is worth at least $1,000, even if very well Chuck Benedon Ok.
If that is the case, then your coin was altered in some way as that type of error would have been virtually impossible to have happened, given minting methods of the When I was a child, I used to give him rare coins that I would come across as well because I knew he loved them so much.