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Oct 11, 2018 ... The 1944-D/S is a Lincoln cent struck at the Denver Mint in 1944. The coin is unusual in that the die that was used exhibits the remnants of an “S” ...

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The Denver Mint produced a major Overpunched Mintmark (OMM) error on the 1944 D Lincoln Wheat Cent (Penny). The best way to identify this error is to note  ...

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Results 1 - 48 of 179 ... 1944 D wheat penny. $55.00. $4.30 shipping. 0 bids · ...

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CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1944 D Wheat Penny value at an ... Additional Info: Look for the S over the D mint mark error on the 1944 Wheat Penny.

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Mar 17, 2019 ... These are 1944 wheat pennies worth money, also rare and valuable coins to look for. ... These error penny coins are worth a lot of money!

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May 9, 2019 ... Let's Hunt Wheat Pennies for any error and variety coins! ... my old wheat pennies and I'll be focusing on the 1944D D/S OMM (over mint mark).

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May 13, 2019 - 1944 re-punched mint mark error coin. 25C combined shipping. Please visit our store for other amazing finds.

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Mint marks create varieties of 1944 wheat pennies, each collected and valued ... On this example 1944-D penny bright luster remains over the majority of the surface. ... Value of...

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I'm not a coin collector but this one stood out & I was thinking it was just damaged but the more I look it looks like a design or letters stuck to the ...

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1944 copper Lincoln cent — 1,435,400,000 minted; 3 to 5+ cents; 1944-D copper Lincoln ... Why Are 1943 Copper And 1944 Steel Penny Errors So Valuable?