The US Mint did not produce any coins with a mintmark from 1965-1967. Silver was also removed from coins during this time, and proof sets and mint sets were not produced either. It wasn’t until 1968 that mintmarks, proof sets, and mint sets returned to normal. See why 1965 coins, 1966 coins, and 1967 coins are different, and what’s so unique about 1968 coins.
Benjamin Franklin designed the first U.S. penny in 1787 (called a Fugio cent). The U.S. Mint started producing pennies in 1793 with Large cents (1793-1857), followed by Flying Eagle cents (1856-1858), Indian Head cents (1859-1909), and Lincoln cents (1909-present). One of the most popular pennies among collectors is a Lincoln cent design: the Lincoln Wheat penny (1909-1958). Here, experienced coin collectors are sharing fun ways to collect pennies, how to grade pennies to determine their condition & value, which pennies are the rarest & most valuable, and how much U.S. pennies are worth (by year).
What’s your 1929 penny worth? All 1929 pennies are worth more than face value. Some are worth thousands of dollars! See how much your 1929 wheat penny is worth, and 1929 errors to look for.
The ultimate 1928 penny value guide! Find the value of your 1928 wheat penny here. Plus, a list of 1928 penny errors that are worth looking for in your loose change.
How much is a 1927 wheat penny worth? Here’s the ultimate 1927 penny value guide. Plus a 1927 penny error list with mistakes to look for on 1927 Lincoln cents.
What’s a 1926 penny worth? What errors can be found on a 1926 wheat penny? How can you tell a valuable 1926 Lincoln cent from one that’s worth only a few cents? Are 1926 pennies rare? Here are the answers to all of your questions about 1926 wheat pennies!
The 1959-D wheat penny is one of the most controversial mule coins ever. It’s worth $50,000! Here’s everything you want to know about mule error coins, including the 1959-D penny error!
Have a 1925 wheat penny and want to know how much it’s worth? Find your 1925 penny value here, a list of 1925 errors and varieties to look for, and which 1925 pennies you should keep… and not spend!
The 1922 plain penny is a popular error coin — or variety, depending on your stance. But why is a hole for the 1922 plain cent being included in regular Lincoln cent coin albums and coin folders? A longtime collector’s opinions on the issue and what should be done about those pesky holes that most of us can’t afford to fill in our Lincoln cent coin albums and folders.
Have a 1923 wheat penny? Want to know how much it’s worth? I’ve been collecting and studying these old Lincoln cents for years now. Here are some interesting facts about 1923 pennies, plus the current 1923 penny value, and rare 1923 error pennies to look for.
Found a 1921 wheat penny? Get a coin expert’s opinion on which 1921 pennies are worth keeping, their values, and how to tell if you have a 1921 error penny!
Some 1920 pennies are worth a few thousand dollars! Find out how much your 1920 penny is worth here + A list of rare 1920 penny errors to look for.
How much is a 1919 penny worth? Find out here! See the most valuable 1919 Lincoln cent, a 1919 wheat penny error list, how many 1919 pennies were made, and other fun facts about 1919 wheat pennies.
Have a 1918-D penny or a 1918-S penny? What about a 1918 penny with no mintmark? Find your 1918 penny value here + A list of 1918 wheat penny error coins to look for.
Some 1917 pennies are rare & valuable! See how much your 1917 wheat penny is worth and if you have a rare 1917 penny. Plus a list of 1917 wheat penny errors
Have a 1916 penny? See how much a 1916 wheat penny is worth today. Plus a rundown on some valuable 1916 wheat penny errors and varieties you might find in pocket change
Good news… 1915 wheat pennies are worth more a lot more than face value! In fact, a 1915 penny is worth anywhere from 10 cents on the low end to more than $10,000 on the high end. Here’s how to tell the value of your 1915 Lincoln wheat cent!
1913 Lincoln pennies can be worth thousands of dollars! Find out how much your 1913 penny is worth. Plus info on 1913 wheat penny errors, mintage numbers, and more.
Repunched mint marks are error coins that are worth a lot of money. They would make a great addition to your coin collection. See how repunched mintmarks are different from doubled dies and. overmintmarks. And how much repunched mint marks are worth today.
Have a 1912 penny? Want to know how much it’s worth? Here’s a guide to see how much 1912 pennies are worth, 1912 wheat penny errors to look for, and more!
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.
Are you looking for BIE Lincoln pennies in your loose change? You should be! These scarce and valuable error coins can be found in circulation. Here’s what to look for, where you are most likely to find them, and how much they’re worth.
See how much your 1924 wheat penny is worth, how many 1924 Lincoln cents were made, info about doubled dies and other 1924 penny errors, and more.
Die break coins are error coins. Some are rarer than others. Some are worth $100 or more. If you have a die crack coin, cud coin, or other types of die break error coins… here’s how to determine their value.
Have a 1957 penny? Want to know what it’s worth? See the value of a 1957-D wheat penny, a 1957 penny with no mintmark, and 1957 pennies with errors.
Have a 1956 wheat penny? Want to know what it’s worth? See the value of a 1956-D wheat penny, a 1956 penny with no mintmark, and 1956 pennies with errors.