How Much Is a 1940 Wheat Penny Worth?


How much a 1940 wheat penny is worth depends on the condition of the coin. As of December 2012 a 1940 wheat penny in poor condition is thirty-five cents and one in mint condition is worth five dollars. The proof sets for this coin are valued at fifty-five dollars.
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A 1940 wheat penny is worth from 3 - 4 cents. An S mint wheat penny is worth a little more, based upon the condition of it. You can get the 1940 P, D, and S at ebay for about $3.00 for the entire set, with free shipping.
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1940 wheat pennies are worth 4 cents each. ChaCha
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