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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Such a coin does not exist.
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Unless the condition grade is Extra Fine or better, not a whole lot. I've seen groups of anywhere from 8 to 12 different 1/2 cents from the teens to thirties go for less than a dollar
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The 1943 penny is one of the most valuable pennies. It's rare because it was struck in a copper-zinc coated steel alloy, a combination of metal no other U.S. coin has. "Wheat
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Answer Look on the front of the coin to see if there's a small mint mark letter at the bottom of the pedestal with IN GOD written on it. It may be blank or there may be a D or S.
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