What is the value of a 1964 Lincoln penny?

What is the value of a 1964 Lincoln penny?

The 1964 penny with no mint mark and the 1964 D penny are each worth around $0.15 in uncirculated condition with an MS-63RB grade. The value is around $1 in uncirculated condition with a grade of MS-65RD. Proof coins with no mint mark are available and they are each valued at around $1.50 in PR-65RD condition.

What year wheat penny is worth $1000000?

In September 2012, Legend Numismatics of Lincroft, New Jersey has announced that collector Bob R. Simpson, co-chairman of the Texas Rangers baseball club, paid $1 million for the finest known 1943-S Lincoln Wheat cent on a bronze planchet.

How do I know if my 1964 penny is a text?

The edges for most 1964 SMS coins also tend to be square and sharp. The bust and legends are usually highly detailed and sharp on most examples, especially when compared to circulation strike coins.

Which Lincoln head pennies are valuable?

1972 Lincoln Memorial cent – $325. The Lincoln cent has the doubling of letter “In God We Trust”

  • 1955 Lincoln Wheat cent- $1,801. Another Lincoln has the words “In God We Trust” and “Liberty” doubled.
  • 1969 Lincoln D Penny – $2,010.
  • 1856 Flying Eagle cent – $11,128.
  • 1877 Indian cent – $3,300.
  • 1799 Draped Bust cent – $6,653.
  • What penny is worth $1000000 today?

    A 1943 Lincoln penny that soared in value because it was made from the “wrong” material reportedly has sold for $1 million. The penny was erroneously made of bronze instead of zinc-coated steel at the San Francisco Mint, according to UPI news agency.

    What year pennies are worth money?

    Look for all-copper pennies. Old pennies made before 1982 are 95% copper, which gives them an inherent metal value. This translates to the pennies being worth more.

    Why is a 1964 nickel rare?

    The huge mintage of 1964 Jefferson nickels resulted from massive hoarding of silver, which led to rising silver prices. As a result, the US Congress, through an act, allowed mints to strike nickel coins in 1965 with the date 1964. More nickel coins would help alleviate the shortage of coin circulation experienced then.

    What pennies are collectors looking for?

    So before you say, “Keep the change,” check to see if you have any of these valuable pennies:

    • 1943 Bronze Lincoln. (Image: Heritage Auctions, HA.com)
    • 1969-S Doubled Die Obverse.
    • 1992 Close AM Reverse.
    • 1972 Doubled Die Obverse.
    • 1995 Doubled Die Obverse.
    • 1999 Wide AM Reverse.
    • 1983 Double Die Reverse.