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www.jmbullion.com/coin-info/cents/lincoln-pennies/1944-lincoln-penny

The 1944 Lincoln penny is particularly desirable in the eyes of collectors not only because of its design, but also due to its scarcity. Being that there are no more ...

cointrackers.com/coins/13595/1944-wheat-penny

CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1944 Wheat Penny value at an average of 15 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $6. (see details)...

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Coin Info. Melt Value. N/A. Country. United States. Type. Copper Coin. Face Value. $0.01 USD. Mintage. 2,147,483,647. Issuing Mint. U.S. Mint. Year Issued. 1944.

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1944 Lincoln Penny. No Mintmark Under Date: Philadelphia Mint Struck the Coin. 1944 Lincoln Penny. The Philadelphia 1944 wheat penny accounts for over half ...

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Mar 17, 2019 ... These are 1944 wheat pennies worth money, also rare and valuable coins to look for. We look at the 1944 copper penny and 1944 steel penny ...

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Apr 19, 2018 ... Type: Steel Wheat PennyYear: 1944Mint Mark: No mint markFace Value: 0.01 USDTotal Produced: 0Silver Content: 0% Numismatic Value: ...

coinweek.com/us-coins/why-are-1943-copper-and-1944-steel-lincoln-cent-errors-so-valuable

Jul 30, 2018 ... Assuming it's been in circulation, it's worth anywhere from 25¢ to a couple of dollars depending on how worn it is. Reply. Mildred J Hines April ...

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Aug 20, 2018 - CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1944 S Wheat Penny value at an average of 15 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $8.

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1944 Penny Facts. The 1944 Lincoln cent is one of the most common wheat pennies, which were minted from 1909 through 1958. More than 2.1 billion 1944  ...

www.greatcollections.com/kb/1943-and-1944-Lincoln-Cents--Worth-100000-t279-4.html

Feb 13, 2015 ... Less than 50 1943 coins are known struck in copper. In 1944, the U.S. Mint resumed using copper planchets for Lincoln Cents. A few zinc coated ...