The 1979 Penny

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How many wheat pennies were minted in 1979?

P-3,560,940,000

D-4,139,354,254

How much is a 1979 wheat penny worth ?

Anywhere from .05 to .20

1979 P wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades.

Facts about the 1979 wheat penny: You can readily find gems.

1979 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades.

Facts about the 1979 D wheat penny: You can readily find high grade cents.

1978 Penny

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How many wheat pennies were minted in 1978?

P-3,735,655,000

D-4,280,233,400

How much is a 1978 wheat penny worth ?

Anywhere from .01 to $9.00

1978 P wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades.

Facts about the 1978 wheat penny: You should have no problem finding high quality well struck coins.

1978 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades.

Facts about the 1978 D wheat penny: You can readily find high quality cents.

1977 Penny

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How many wheat pennies were minted in 1977?

P-3,074,575,000

D-4,194,062,300

How much is a 1977 wheat penny worth ?

Anywhere from .05 to $8.00

1977 P wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades

Facts about the 1977 wheat penny: You should have no problem finding gems for this issue.

1977 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist. Common in all grades

 

 

1976 Penny

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How many wheat pennies were minted in 1976?

P-3,133,580,000

D-4,221,592,455

How much is a 1976 wheat penny worth ?

Anywhere from .01 to .35

1976 Penny

Rarity: the original rolls still exist. These are common in all grades

Facts about the 1976 wheat penny: Well struck, fully lustrous coins are readily available

1976 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: Common in all grades extremely fine and higher, original rolls still exist.

Facts about the 1976 D wheat penny: Gems are common for this issue

 

 

The 1963 wheat penny

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wheatpennyHow many buffalo nickels were minted in 1963?

P-753,345,000

D-1,753,266,700

How much is a 1963 wheat penny worth?

Anywhere from ,10 to .20

Rarity: The original rolls still exist. These are common in all grades.

Facts about the 1963 wheat penny: You can readily find high quality cents for this issue. The Philadelphia coins are superior to the Denver cents for this issue.

1963 D Wheat Penny

rarity:The original rolls still exist. These are common in all grades.

Facts about the 1963 D wheat penny: You should have no problem finding fully red, fully struck cents. Some may have incomplete strikes and a rough texture.

 

 

 

1962 wheat Penny

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wheatpennyHow many wheat pennies were minted in 1962?

P-606,045,000

D-1,793,148,400

How much is a 1962 wheat penny worth ?

Anywhere from .05 to .20

1962 P wheat Penny

Rarity: Original rolls may still exist. These are common in all grades

Facts about the 1962 wheat penny: These were widely hoarded. They usually have excellent luster and you can readily find the gems you are searching for.

1962 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: There original rolls still exist. These are common in all grades

Facts about the 1962 D wheat penny: Although these are relatively easy to find, gems are quite rare. There are irregularities in details and the texture is often rough.

 

 

1932 wheat penny

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The 1932 wheat pennies come in two varieties “P” “D”

 

wheatpennyHow Much Is A 1932 Wheat Penny Worth?

Anywhere from .90 to $80

How Many Wheat Pennies Were Minted in 1932?

P variety: 9,062,000

D variety:31,178,000

The 1932 P Wheat penny

Rarity: These are relatively scarce in circulation. Even though these have a low mintage, you may find these in all grades including mint state grades. Original rolls still exist.

Facts about the 1932 P Cent: These have some die wear, but the color is usually average to good. The coins colors range from a copper appearance to red. This series had low mintage, and tended to be hoarded.

1932 D wheat penny

Rarity: You can readily find fully struck coins and choice coins because these were widely hoarded. The mint state coins were widely hoarded. These are somewhat scarce in circulated grades. Original rolls still exist.

Facts about the 1932 D Cent: Sharply struck coins have a bright red color and are the desirable coins for collectors. Most of these were hoarded. Many of these coins have worn dies, but mint state coins are usually in good condition.

1920 wheat pennies

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wheatpennyThe 1920 wheat pennies come in three varieties:  “P” “D” and S

How Much Is A 1920 Wheat Penny Worth?

Anywhere for .15 cents to $2900.

How Many Wheat Pennies Were Minted in 1920?

P variety:310,165,000

D variety:49,280,000

S variety: 46, 220,000

 

How much is a 1920 cent worth?

.05 to 2900

The 1920 P Wheat penny

Rarity: 1920 P is common in all grades. However, not all are well struck. Original rolls may still exist.

Facts about the 1920 P Cent: You can readily find good quality cents in color and strike. This issue tend to lack sharpness though.

1920 D wheat penny

Rarity: This cent is common in all circulated grades through fine. This issue is more rare in higher grades. Average mint state coins can be readily found. Good strike and color are difficult to find for this issue.

Facts about the 1920 D Cent: This issue has an unclear Lincoln portrait. Mint state coins have a red and brown color.

1920 S Wheat Penny

Rarity: These were widely hoarded in low grades. True gems are scarce as are VF-Mint state coins. This cent is one of the rarest in gem condition.

Facts about the 1920 S Cent: Few red cents can be found. The AU is more desirable than mint state coins. This date has a problem with worn dies and unclear details particularly on the Lincoln head.

1914 Wheat Penny

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wheatpennyHow Many Wheat Pennies Were Minted in 1914?

P variety:75,237,067

D variety:1,193,000

S variety: 4, 137,000

 

How much is a 1914 wheat penny worth?

Anywhere from .15 to 3750

 

The 1914 P Wheat penny

Rarity: These are available in mint state grades. And are common in all circulated grades. Gem and quality cents are difficult to locate.

Facts about the 1914 P Cent: These are usually well struck. These are highly valued when compared to cents of similar dates. These have a textured appearance

 

1914 D wheat penny

Rarity: These are scarce in all circulated grades. The mint state cons are also scarce as are gems are rare. There is a demand of this cent.

Facts about the 1914 D Cent: These are generally well struck. Most cents show full detail. These were rare since the 1930s. The value of the 1914 D Cent soared during this time.

Unfortunately, because of it’s rarity and demand this issue has quite a few counterfeits. Some signs of counterfeits is a relocated D mint mark. When a mintmark is added the size and style of the letter looks misplaced. These are relatively easy to see.

These cents are well struck with full details with soft numerals and lettering.

1914 S Wheat Penny:

Rarity: These are scarce and difficult to locate. These usually are discolored and corroded. Problem free examples ares nearly impossible to locate.

Facts about the 1914 D Cent: Generally speaking, these coins are well struck. The mint state coins will be dark. Many grading services have only certified a few MS-RD cents. Most of the sharply struck coins are dark while the bright coins are mushy.

1957 wheat penny

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The 1957 wheat pennies come in two varieties:  “P” and “D”

How Much Is A 1957 Wheat Penny Worth?

Anywhere for .03 cents to $10.

How Many Wheat Pennies Were Minted in 1957?

P variety:252,540,000

D Variety: 1,051,342,000

1957 P Wheat Penny

Rarity: Common in all grades. You can probably find higher quality coins. Original rolls still exist.

Facts about the 1958 Wheat Penny: You can readily find 1957-P cents in good quality. However Mint State cents are somewhat difficult to locate.

1957 D Wheat Penny

Rarity: Common in all grades. You can probably find higher quality coins. Original rolls still exist.

Facts about 1957 D Wheat Penny: These issues are readily available because they were widely hoarded. You can easily find good quality cents. 195