How much money is a penny with a letter under the year, worth?

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According to my local coin shop all pennies have a letter stamped on them. The letter indicates which mint the coin was made at. Most pennies are only worth face value unless extremely rare.
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Less than a dime, in average condition. Cents without mint marks are minted in Philadelphia.
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Probably just a penny, unless it's something unusual, like the mint mark is rare, etc. I have about 1,000 old wheatback pennies. They're not worth much by themselves. You can get
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Really depends on condition and whether it has a "VDB" on the reverse between the wheat ears. In average circulated condition one with no VDB would be worth about 50 cents
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I don't really know the answer to this question, but I found this website and it answers questions about coins: http://coinedformoney.blogspot.com/2005/07/that-old-penny.html
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