The U.S. Mint has produced a lot of different pennies, but the Lincoln cent is the most popular and longest-lasting one. The Lincoln penny debuted in 1909 with the Wheat penny design (1909-1958). Next came the Lincoln Memorial cent (1959-2008), followed by the 4 Lincoln Bicentennial penny designs (2009), and the Lincoln Shield cent (2010-present). See fun ways to collect Lincoln pennies, which ones are the rarest & most valuable, and what Lincoln pennies from each year are worth.
1910 pennies are scarce old collectible coins worth 25 cents to $100… or more! Find out how much your 1910 penny is worth here. Plus details about the 4 types of 1920 wheat penny errors you should be looking for.
Can a penny have no mint letter? Yes! Do you happen to have some pennies with no mint mark on them? See how much a no mint mark penny is worth and why some Lincoln pennies don’t have mint letters on them.
What’s your 1983 penny worth? Let’s explore the value of 1983 pennies. See how to spot a 1983 doubled die cent and the rare 1983 d penny (copper penny). This is the ultimate guide to 1983 pennies – including how many were made and how to determine your 1983 penny value.
Coin rolls are used mostly by banks and retailers, but they’re treasure troves for coin collectors! Here’s how many coins come in a roll (by denomination). Plus some tips for rolling coins yourself and searching for valuable coins in rolls.
Most worn 1964 pennies that you’ll find in circulation are worth the value of their copper content — or about 2 cents. But some 1964 penny values are MUCH higher — like the 1964 SMS penny. Here’s how to tell if you have a rare 1964 SMS penny why these 1964 pennies are worth so much.