FAQ?

What is the error on the 1956 D wheat penny?

What is the error on the 1956 D wheat penny? The 1956 D Lincoln Wheat Cent (Penny) actually has a variety of repunched mintmark (RPM) errors of all sorts. One of the more major errors is the D above a “shadow” D mintmark. The best way to identify this error is to notice a very subtle but clear “D” located fully under the primary “D” mintmark.

How much money is a 1956 penny worth?

Most 1956 pennies are worth 3 to 5 cents apiece — depending on how much wear they have. NOTE: This includes a 1956 wheat penny with no mintmark that was made at the Philadelphia Mint and a 1956-D wheat penny that was struck at the Denver Mint.

What year Penny is worth money?

While a circulating coin typically lasts 30 to 40 years, some lucky collectors have found pennies minted in the mid-1900s in their pocket change. Of course, they're worth more if they're in better condition, and all circulating coins tend to have a lot of wear and tear. These are the most valuable pennies in circulation.

What is the most valuable Penny in the world?

8 Most Expensive & Valuable Pennies Ever Created

  • Braided Hair Cent. The 1840 Braided Hair Cent was designed based on the Matron head pennies of the past. ...
  • Indian Cent. The 1864 Indian Cent is named, as you might expect, for the head of a Native American chief in profile on the penny’s face.
  • Lincoln Cent. ...
  • Classic Head Cent. ...
  • Flying Eagle Cent. ...
  • Draped Bust Cent. ...
  • Flowing Hair Large Cent. ...
  • Coronet Head Cent. ...