What is the value of wheat pennies?

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Most wheat pennies are worth about 3 cents, but some years are worth more. You could get $50 for a 1931-S and $2.35 for a 1931-D. You could get $177.75 for a 1934-D. You can find more info at: coins.about.com
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Steel Lincolns are 5 to 10 cents on average.
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1. Examine the condition of the penny. Pennies in mint condition are worth much more than pennies that look old or worn. If your coin already looks old, consider restoring it. Although
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10 to 50¢ depending on wear.
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Around 3 cents. It's not a rare coin.
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