1941 Wheat Penny Value


When collecting Lincoln Cents be sure to watch out for rare wheat pennies and other valuable pennies. Vera lynn coin. Some of them can be worth several hundred dollars each, on up to a few thousand dollars for some coins.

1941 represents the 6th highest mintage from Philadelphia mint. 887,093,100 wheat pennies struck. These are Abundant on the rarity scale; initial production provided a huge quantity to circulation. In searching for higher value, look to the reverse side of the coin. Are 1951 Pennies Worth Collecting? Old pennies are highly collectible, and 1951 wheat cents are no exception. Many hobbyists add 1951 pennies to their Lincoln cent collections — such as old wheat penny sets spanning the years 1909 through 1958. You can buy 1951 pennies from a coin dealer.However, with enough looking through pocket change or coin rolls, you may find a.

First off, let me say that you should keep any wheat penny that you find since they are all worth at least three times face value. Keep in mind that I am referring to wholesale price. This is the price that a coin dealer would be willing to pay you for the coins.

Most prices that you see quoted in coin price guides are for retail price, or the price that you would likely have to pay a dealer for a coin. To see retail prices of your coins, check out Professional Coin Grading Service Daily Price Guide for Lincoln Cents (1909-1958).

If you want to see Lincoln Penny Values, or what your wheat cents will bring if you sell them, Coin Values Discovery is a great site for that.

Below you will find a list of rare wheat pennies as well as some other valuable pennies that you should keep an eye out for, including error coins.

Valuable Wheat Pennies (1909-1958)

  • Wheat Penny Key Dates:
    • 1909-S VDB
    • 1909-S
    • 1914-D
    • 1931-S

  • Wheat Penny Overmintmarks:
    • 1909-S over horizontal S
    • 1944-D over S
    • 1946-S over D
    • 1951-D/S
    • 1952-D/S
    • 1956-D/S (dual mintmark)
    • 1956-D/D/S

  • Double Dies:
    • 1917 - obverse
    • 1936 - obverse
    • 1941
    • 1942-S
    • 1955 - obverse
    • 1943-D - Boldly doubled mintmark.
    • 1958 - Double Die Obverse - only 2 known

  • 1922 'Plain' - due to a worn die in which the mintmark became filled. Look for a 'Strong' reverse variety as it is the most valuable.
  • 1943 Copper Penny - This particular 1943 penny is rare. It is believed that about 40 of these were struck but only 12 of these coins have been confirmed to exist.
  • 1944 Steel Penny - 27 are known to exist from the Philadelphia Mint with no mint mark and 7-10 from Denver (D). Only 1 1944 Penny made of steel is known to exist with an S mintmark.

1941 Wheat Penny Value

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