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The primary factors that affect the value of a wheat penny are the rarity and condition of the penny. Some wheat pennies have unusual qualities that increase their value. More »

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The value of a 1956 D wheat penny can be found by consulting a price guide, such as those provided by CoinTrackers and USA Coin Book. According to CoinTrackers, as of 2014 a 1956 D wheat penny may be worth between 15 cen... More »

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While many factors contribute to a coin's value, even low quality, circulated wheat pennies are worth approximately 4 cents more than an equivalent modern penny. The primary reasons have to do with changes in the minting... More »

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The average value of a penny from 1944, also called a 1944 wheat penny, is between 15 cents and $6 depending on its condition. The government produced around 1,435,400,000 of these pennies in 1944. More »

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An average condition 1942 Lincoln wheat penny carries a value of $0.20 to $0.35, according to experts at CoinTrackers.com and CoinValues.com. Coins in certified, mint condition and uncirculated states may carry a value r... More »

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As of 2014, the value of a 1933 Lincoln wheat penny ranges from 95 cents to $20.75, depending on the coin's condition and mint mark, according to CoinStudy.com. Coin collectors grade the condition of a coin on a scale of... More »

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A 1944 copper wheat penny with an "S" mark stamped under the year has an average value of approximately 15 cents, but it may be worth as much as $8 if it is in mint condition. A 1944 copper wheat penny with a "D" mark al... More »

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