How much is a 1915 penny worth now?

1915 Penny Value

1915 Lincoln Penny Value
Condition of Coin
1915 $0.90 $50
1915 D $0.90 $37
1915 S $7.83 $133

How much is a 1910 VDB penny worth?

Here are the specifics for 1910 wheat penny values: A circulated 1910 Lincoln cent from the Philadelphia Mint is worth anywhere from 25 cents in well-worn condition to $20 in uncirculated condition. A 1910-S penny is worth much more — about $12 in well-worn condition to more than $100 in uncirculated condition.

What is the most valuable penny ever?

The 1943 copper-alloy cent is one of the most enigmatic coins in American numismatics — and reportedly the most valuable Lincoln penny of all.

What is the most expensive penny ever?

The most expensive penny that has ever been sold at auction is a 1943-D Lincoln penny that had been struck on a bronze planchet. The penny was in uncirculated condition. It was sold in a private sale in September of 2010 and it went for an unbelievable price of $1,700,000 through Legend Numismatics.

Is a penny from 1945 worth anything?

While 1945 pennies are not rare coins, they’re nevertheless worth more than face value (or 1 cent) — because they’re made from valuable copper. 1945-D penny (struck in Denver) — 266,268,000 minted; worth 3 to 5+ cents. 1945-S penny (produced in San Francisco) — 181,770,000 minted; worth 5 to 10+ cents.

What’s the value of a 1915 US penny?

A key variety to 1915 penny value is the “S” mint issue of San Francisco. Saving 1915 pennies for collections or appreciation in value tapered off after the initial release and excitement of the Lincoln series. Add in low production, and the result, these coins are scarce today.

What is the rare Penny?

While it boasts the lowest mintage among the regularly struck Lincoln pennies and is indeed considered rare, with nearly 500,000 made and perhaps 20,000 or more still in existence, the 1909-S VDB is not the rarest penny.

What are the mint marks on a 1916 Penny?

Mint Marks: 1916 pennies were minted at three different mints. Identifying the mint mark correctly is a must. Collections today are built comprising dates and the different mint marks. As viewed on the chart; availability – scarcity of each date and mint mark combination is reflected in value.

Are there mintmarks on the 1913 George V Penny?

There are mintmarks on some coins (1912H, 1918H, 1918KN, 1919H, 1919KN) to left of date. Obverse and reverse varieties exist for the 1913 dated issues. We are indebted to Declan Magee Coins and Numista member Sjoelund for the image below indicating the differences.

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