What Is the Value of a 1920 Penny?

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The value of 1920 penny is thirty five cents. This penny is referred to as the wheat penny because of its varying value according to its mint mark and condition. The price of the penny does not reference any standards for coin grading scale.
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The value of a 1920 penny is $1 - $3, depends on the condition. For a 1920 D around $2.50 - $10. For 1920 S, value is around $2 - $7.
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1. Examine the coin for blemishes and contact marks made by coming into contact with other objects. Coins free of these flaws can grade as high as uncirculated (MS-60) Issues prior
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If it really has no wear on it, you should expect at least $35 if you sold it to a dealer. That's at a minimum. Not all mint state coins are equal-some are nicer and have fewer "
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