What Is the Value of a 1942 Wheat Penny?

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The value of a 1942 wheat penny will vary based on the coin's condition. The minimum value as of 2012 is 35 cents. The maximum value for a coin in near perfect condition is up to $4.00.
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Since the vast majority of wheat cents are only worth ten cents or less, an
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Around 10 cents.
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The value of a Wheat One Cent coin is not that much, to be honest. Most are worth 3 to 12 cents based on age and condition . A few like the 1931-S, and 1922 (missing the D mint mark
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1942 is $0.10 in good grade. http://coinedformoney2.blogspot.com/2006…
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