CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1945 Wheat Penny value at an average of
15 ... while one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $4
at ... The numbers come from the United States mint, and they don't reflect coins ...
1945 Lincoln Wheat Pennies: Minting information, specifications, characteristics,
current melt value, and past sales prices. Issued by the U.S. Mint in 1945.
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Feb 7, 2013 ... 1945's Rare Wheat Penny (United State Coin) ... You're probably think of a 1943
steel penny they are worth like 5 cents unless ... Unfortunately for both you and I
we both must dig very deep to find many of the historical facts.
Find great deals on eBay for 1945 Penny in Lincoln Wheat Coins. ... Cabinet:
MS66 RD 1945-D Lincoln Wheat Cent - Graded PCGS *XC96 N/A. Grading: A
pictures worth a 1000 words. ... A great price for a certified Lincoln Wheat Cent!
Feb 5, 2014 ... From wheat pennies right on up to $20 gold pieces, old coins are worth money. ...
The Wheat cent is one of the most famous coins to ever be made in the United
States. .... The 1943 pennies are worth something … not sure how much, but you
.... i have a 1936 s wheat is it any good and a 1945 1946 1940.
23 items ... 1945 S Lincoln Wheat Cent coin value and prices based on ... statistics, facts and
info for this coin including how much it is worth. ... USA Coin Book.
Looking to see how much your wheat penny is worth? This page lists coin values
for Lincoln wheat-back pennies minted from 1909 to 1958 (Lincoln Wheat Cents).
... About.com · About Home · Coins . . . Coin Values - Coin Prices - What Coins
are Worth · U.S. Coin Values Guide .... 1945-D, $0.09, $0.05, $1.00, $0.70. 194...
The US Wheat Penny was issued with Lincoln on the front and wheat on the
reverse ... If the grade is better than xf the coin could be worth much more! .... by
coating steel cents with copper or by altering the dates of 1945, '48 and '49
Jan 12, 2015 ... When Henry Voight designed the United States' first copper coin in 1793, ...
driving the price of old coins to new highs—there's growing interest in coin .... for
example, the Mercury Dime (1916-1945)...most of those dimes are ...
"I have a 19xx wheat penny... is it worth anything?". This article is for you. Last
update: April 12th, 2012. For the latest prices, check a US coin guide book.