Are you curious about the values of your Lincoln cents? When I first started collecting coins, I had no idea what a 1941 penny was worth, or what the rarest Lincoln cents were, let alone their values. Now a self-avowed Lincoln cent expert, I share with you in this article the value of Lincoln wheat cents. You may be surprised to learn just what some of your old pennies are worth.
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.
Penny rolls… You can buy them for 50 cents each, which can lead to an array of exciting and even valuable finds. Some examples of valuable pennies I’ve found in penny rolls: wheat cents, error coins, misplaced dimes, and foreign coins.
You probably know about the rare 1943 steel cent. But, what about the rare 1944 steel cent? Or the rare 1943 copper penny? How much are these rare U.S. coins worth? A pretty penny indeed! Here’s everything you want to know about these rare coins…
Wondering about the value of wheat pennies? Find out what your wheaties are worth with this comprehensive Lincoln coin value guide from 1909 to 1958.
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The 1950 proof set was the first proof set made by the U.S. Mint since 1942. Featuring silver coins and the now-obsolete Lincoln wheat cent, the 1950 proof set is a popular coin set among coin collectors.
What is coin collecting versus coin hoarding? I may not be able to give you medical advice on what hoarding or hoarders are, but as a longtime coin collector, I can answer your questions on what a coin hoard is versus a coin collection!
There are many scarce dates in the Lincoln wheat cent series. However, there is 1 scarce Lincoln wheat penny that’s getting some attention — and may someday be considered a key date Lincoln cent.
Lincoln wheat cents are typically found in worn grades. However, you may be glad to hear that the United States Mint used to make proof versions of the Lincoln wheat penny. Check out more about these beautiful proof Lincoln wheat cents — and what they’re worth — here.
The United States one cent coin has a long and colorful history. Come look at the U.S. penny and its roots, which can be traced back well over 1,000 years.
1943 steel pennies are among the most popular Lincoln cents perhaps, in part, because they look so different than the traditional copper Lincoln cents we’re used to seeing. Check out some fun facts about 1943 steel pennies as well as the value of your 1943 steel pennies.
The 1909 S VDB penny is perhaps one of the most famous rare U.S. coins. Find out some reasons why the 1909 S VDB cent is so popular and discover just how many 1909 S VDB pennies were actually made.
Only 7 million 1922 cent coins were made. Those without a D mintmark are even scarcer. The 1922 cent is a popular error coin — or variety, depending on your stance. But why is a hole for that coin being included in regular Lincoln cent albums? Here are one longtime collector’s opinions on the issue and what should be done about those pesky holes most of us can’t afford to fill in our Lincoln cent albums.
Common coins can be worth money. Finding them may be no harder than looking in your drawer or your parents’ attic.
A New Jersey coin dealer has released 107 rare coins into circulation. Be sure to keep an eye out for one — or more — of these valuable coins which may show up in your pocket one day!