linda Hav a yr fourtysomething wheat penny, wat I do ricky jozwiak i have a 1964 silver dime no mint mark is that normal. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Mikey Zee posted Sep 29, 2016 at 9:54 AM Help ID European billon coin ffrickey posted Sep 29, 2016 at 9:37 AM Loading... Any idea how much it is worth? http://redstart.net/wheat-penny/1958-d-wheat-penny.html
Sounds like your 1959-D penny was coated with metal, most likely pewter or zinc. Even what i can see is barely readable. Gladys My 1955 wheat penny has no 1 ( 955}. nancy sanford I have a 1977 penny that is half stamped and half blank on both sides is this rare?
james center i have a 1910 penny with no reverse stamp is it worth any thing? JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Shannon, The relief on the Lincoln cents of the late 1960s was very high as compared to many other dates of Lincoln cent. Guest Hi I have 2 pennies I am curious about here, 1 is a 1972 that looks like it was struck 2 times on the rim, now the 2nd is a 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
Guest i found a penny that is normal in the front but weird in the back it the words look normal but there is a building with a man standing there?? shiny coins for life, Dec 29, 2014 #11 + Quote Reply jay4202472000 Well-Known Member shiny coins for life said: ↑ I found a 1958 penny plain mintmark and it looks like Such pieces don't really have much monetary value; perhaps it's worth a couple dollars to somebody who collects such pieces. 1952 D Wheat Penny ambar I have a penny with 194 written on it the last number is missing.
In other words, it might very well be considered on the higher end of the spectrum for an MS-65 RD grade. Lydia Just found - 1898 + 1903 wheat penny's - great condition and a multi colored 1879 silver dollar. Thanks JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Emc, Sounds like you 1975 penny may have been altered and that's why it looks that way. PCGS The Standard for the Rare Coin Industry 3 3 8 1 2 6 3 2 Coins Certified as of 9/29 Coin Grading Price Guide Set Registry Pop Report Store Resources
mister martin, Feb 23, 2009 #1 + Quote Reply Guest User Guest Log in or Sign up to hide this ad. EagleEye Member If there is doubling on the date 1944 D Wheat Penny Mint. Please always feel free to ask questions here at The Fun Times Guide to Coins. Christy cridlebaugh i have a double head lincoln penny.
Is it error coin,the 9 in date is oddly filled but its not DDO JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi Andres, That is a result of die defect, and in this case would be known Clicking Here For more info on coin dealers, check out this page: //coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/12/coin_dealer.php And, for coin authentication, here's some info: //coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/01/slabbed_coins.php Damon thank you Joshua Matthew Holt I have a 1952 the e 1958 D Wheat Penny Value It does not stick to a magnet. 1956 Wheat Penny Error 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).
JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Bryce, I have seen several Lincoln wheat cents where there appear to be slight variances in the distance between lettering and such. his comment is here jloring, Mar 9, 2012 #10 + Quote Reply shiny coins for life Active Member I found a 1958 penny plain mintmark and it looks like there is an extreme doubled die The extra tail might be part of a die clash and the mark by S T looks like damage to me. Yanna Chris I have a 1957 d wheat penny that looks silver , I checked it with a magnet but it does't stick could you plz tell what this could be? 1951 D Wheat Penny
Guest Hope this helps. Noted error specialist, Del Romines, once claimed to have seen THREE examples of the 1958 DDO, supposedly within a radius of fifty miles in Philadelphia. Because of that several thousand 1955 doubled die cents managed to escape into circulation. this contact form whty., good condition, the mint mark is tripled (-s-), the first one is faded,the second is the mint mark,the third is more visible then the first, checked under micro., still wondering
Chuck Benedon Ok. 1946 D Wheat Penny CAN STILL BE SEEN ALSO SAME WITH THE FRONT ONLY FRONT ISN'T AS SMOOTH. No, create an account now.
sk8er722, Dec 19, 2010 #7 + Quote Reply ikandiggit Currency Error Collector sk8er722 said: ↑ sorry to bring back an old thread, but i have a coin with the same doubled If you think you found a 1958 doubled die penny, I would have it certified by a reputable authentication company, such as PCGS to verify that it is real. Here's some more info on having that done: //coins.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/01/slabbed_coins.php Coin_Finder0506 I got a 1909 S Wheat penny, you can clearly see the S and V.D.B. . 1950 D Wheat Penny Such a piece is considered altered and has no extra value over face.
Would you please post a pic of your coin here in the forum so we can figure out what might be going on there. Sincerely, Sam SAM LUKES NUMISMATICS PCGS Library Sponsored Ads Sign up for our FREE Newsletter! Michael JoshuaTheFunTimesGuide Hi, Michael - It looks like your coin was formerly a component of some type of jewelry - probably a key chain or necklace. navigate here Though, I think it is possible that it may not have been struck at all due to a filled die, this opinion absent my checking the coin out with a 10X
Gil-galad posted Sep 29, 2016 at 12:29 PM Couple new Morgans! Savitri Nambiar I have a 1944 wheat penny with a flaw where there should be a mint mark. The simple test is that, if your 1943 penny sticks to a magnet, it's not a bronze penny and, therefore, not rare. In fact, we think it could exceed $100,000 the next time one of the two examples known goes up for sale!
I was curious as it was unique with a few copies of steel 1943 pennies. Larabelle7 iI have a 1919 penny,is it worth anything? It would be wise to have your coin authenticated to ensure it is the real deal. Teresa Sandler I have a 1953 S Wheat Penny that the top of the 9 is filled in (like a bubble)… is this an error coin and how much would it
Anonymous You have some sort of a novelty coin that really isn't worth anything to a coin collector, but may be worth a couple dollars to somebody interested in such curiosities. Die deterioration doubling will often be rounded but unlike most classes of hub doubling, it will often surround both sides of a character and it will fail to show as overlapping