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.
Wheat pennies are U.S. Lincoln cents produced from 1909 through 1958. Old wheat pennies are some of the hottest collectibles around! They're easy to spot, thanks to the 2 large wheat stalks on the reverse side of the coin, and they're valuable too. See the rarest and most valuable wheat pennies, wheat penny errors, tips for collecting them, and how much your wheat pennies are worth -- by year.
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.
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.
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.
Have a 1954 wheat penny? Want to know what it’s worth? See the value of a 1954-D penny, a 1954-S penny, a 1954 penny with no mintmark, and 1954 pennies with errors.
Have a 1953 wheat penny? Want to know how much it’s worth? See the value of 1953 pennies, a list of 1953 penny errors, and whether or not 1953 pennies are rare.
Have a 1952 penny? Want to know what it’s worth? Here are the most valuable 1952 wheat pennies, errors to look for, and a price guide for all 1952 pennies. The ultimate 1952 wheat penny price guide.
Want to know how much your 1951 wheat penny is worth? Here’s how to tell rare & valuable 1951 pennies apart from common ones. Plust a list of 1951 penny errors to look for.
Here’s how to tell how much your 1950 penny is worth. See the circulated vs uncirculated 1950 wheat penny value, how many 1950 pennies were made, how rare 1950 pennies are, and which 1950 penny is the most valuable.
Here’s how to tell a rare & valuable 1949 wheat penny from a common 1949 penny (which is still worth 3 cents or more). The truth is values of 1949 wheat pennies are all over the board: Most circulated 1949 pennies are worth 3 or 4 cents. Uncirculated 1949 pennies are generally worth $1 or more. Other 1949 Lincoln cents with errors are worth $100 or more. Some rare 1949 wheat penny values soar beyond $1,000 apiece! See how much YOUR 1949 penny is worth…
All about 1948 wheat pennies, including… How much a 1948-S penny is worth. How much a 1948-D penny is worth. How much a 1948 wheat penny with no mintmark is worth.The most valuable 1948 penny. How many 1948 pennies were made. Which 1948 wheat pennies are rare. And 1948 error pennies you should look for — including 1948 doubled dies and other oddities.
Looking for the 1947 wheat penny value? Here’s the ultimate guide to 1947 pennies – how many were made, and the inside scoop on the most valuable 1947 pennies. Everything you want to know about your 1947 penny value.
See how much a 1940 wheat penny with no mintmark is worth and how much a 1940-D penny is worth. The most valuable 1940 penny (with wear from circulation) is the 1940-S penny. See how much all of your 1940 pennies are worth here…
I like to buy rolls of coins from the bank, then see how many valuable coins I can find in each roll. It’s called coin roll hunting. (Yes it’s a thing.) Here are some of the coins I’ve obtained for face value – simply by buying bank rolls. Also, see which coins you should be looking for in bank rolls – by denomination. My most memorable coin roll hunting adventure was the time I spent $20 on 5 rolls of nickels and 1 roll of half-dollars. I ended up finding some great silver coins, plus several old coins worth much more than face value! What valuable coins have YOU found in bank rolls?
The 1909 wheat penny is one of the most interesting (and valuable) coins in the Lincoln cent series. See if you have the one that’s worth $650 or more… or the one that’s worth $12 or more. Either way, if you see a tiny VDB on the coin, then you’ve got a pretty historic — and valuable — coin on your hands! The 1909 VDB penny has a unique story.
Have a 1946 penny? Looking for the value of a 1946 wheat penny? You’ve come to the right place! See what 1946 pennies are worth today and how many were made. Plus, info about the scarce and valuable 1946-S S Over D error penny.
What is a 1945 penny worth today? You might be shocked at the value of 1945 pennies, and even more surprised to find out what makes these old wheat pennies some of the hottest World War II collectibles around! Here’s why you should save every 1945 wheat penny you find…