Value, 0.01 U.S. dollars ... NNC-US-1943-1C-Lincoln Cent (wheat, zinc-coated ...
as a steel war penny or steelie, was a variety of the U.S. one-cent coin which was
... or altering cents from the per...
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.
Among the most popular U.S. coins are Lincoln wheat pennies. Millions collect
..... How much is a 1945 wheat penny with two I's in LIBERTY and no mintmark?
Feb 7, 2013 ... 1945's Rare Wheat Penny (United State Coin) .... most 1945 penis wear made
out of silver because the us army needed copper at ... finding one that is made of
copper of that date can be worth a least $10,000 or more .... Ep. #72 - Best Coin
Roll Hunt To Date, So Much Silver, There Are Two Parts - Part 1 ...
If it sticks to the magnet, it is not copper and is worth about 50 cents. ... While the
U.S. Mint did strike (though never officially released) aluminum cents in 1974, .....
I've been told it's very rare and expensive ,how much is it worth for real .... hi i am
a young coin coltor and i have a 1941 nickel and a 1945 wheat penny ...
Mar 10, 2009 ... Chances are, if it is a 1945 wheat penny it is worth no more than $1, but it is still
neat. Source(s): Used to collect US coins. Mr 51 · 7 years ago. 1.
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If you have one of these wheat pennies you have a coin that could be worth
anywhere ... most of the wheat cents still floating about are common dates and
not worth much. ... Based in United States, noblecoinin has been an eBay
member since Feb 10, 2011 ... I have 1930, 1936,1940,1945,1953,and 1957
How Much Is My Lincoln Wheat Penny (1909-1958) Worth? By James Bucki ...
This is because the U.S. Mint does not make coins dated 1909 anymore. The