How Much is a 1928 Penny Worth?

Answer

A 1928 penny is worth from 6 cents, all the way up to a whopping 35 cents. The 1928-S is worth the highest amount. This is what a coin dealer would offer you for this particular coin.
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It depends on the mintmark and condition. A 1928 penny with no mintmark (thus minted in Philadelphia) in not that great of condition might only be worth $10, however if it has a D
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No mint mark - very worn, about 10 cents. Moderately worn, 50 cents. No wear, $1.50.
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CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1928 Wheat Penny Value at a minimum of 35 cents, one in great shape can be worth $175 or more.
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The rarest wheat pennies are known as key dates, and they are: 1909-S VDB, 1909-S, 1914-D and 1931-S. All of these coins were minted in very small quantities so they are much more
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