What is the value of a 1900 wheat penny?

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Wheat pennies from 1900-1960 vary in value depending on condition, year it was minted, place it was minted and rarity. The value can go from a couple of dollars to over $250,000. A 1943 copper penny is extremely rare and can go for more than $250,000. The reason is that they were minted by mistake. Copper was needed during WW II and the Treasury was using steel to mint pennies.
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Wheat pennies were not made until 1909. In 1900 the pennies were called Indian Head Cents or White Cents. A 1900 Indian Head cent would be worth about $1 in Good condition (good condition
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its an indian head penny. wheat pennies were first manufactured in 1909. the value depends alot on the condition and the mint mark. http://www.coinstudy.com/value-of-an-ind&hellip
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Wheat back pennies and Indian Head (not Sacajawea) pennies are two different types. If yours is dated 1900, it is an Indian head penny. Unfortunately, most collectors stay away from
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Wheat cents were struck from 1909 to 1958 and have the familiar picture of Lincoln on the front. Your coin is simply called an Indian Head cent. Please see the Related Question for
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