Is a penny from 1955 worth anything?
The value of a 1955 penny minted at the Philadelphia mint is $0.02 if it’s in good or fine condition. One minted at the San Francisco mint is priced a little higher, at $0.03. If the 1955 S penny is proof, its price shoots to about $22. 1955-D pennies are worth $0.30 in uncirculated conditions.
How do I know if my 1955 penny is double die?
Profile of The 1955 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent The doubling on the obverse is dramatic and can be seen without the use of magnification. It is most prevalent on the date, the motto “LIBERTY” and “IN GOD WE TRUST.” The reverse of the coin was properly made and does not exhibit any doubling.
How much is a 1955 double struck penny worth?
Keep in mind that how much you can get for the coin could depend on grade and condition. According to USA Coin Book, the 1955 double die penny is worth $1,286 on average and up to $16,644 if in “Uncirculated (MS-63)” condition.
How much is a 1955 wheat penny worth with no mint mark?
The 1955 wheat penny with no mint mark and the 1955 D wheat penny have similar values. Each coin is worth around $0.10 in very fine condition. In extremely fine condition the value is around $0.12. In uncirculated condition the price is around $0.35 for coins with an MS-63RB grade.
Are 1955 wheat pennies rare?
There is a rare error variety for the 1955 wheat penny with no mint mark. On the obverse side of the coin the date the design elements are minted twice onto the coin. The 1955 wheat penny double die error coin is worth around $1,250 in very fine condition. In extremely fine condition the value is around $1,350.
How many 1955 double die pennies are there?
It is estimated that 40,000 of these coins were minted, all during one night shift at the Philadelphia Mint. Roughly 20,000-24,000 of the pennies were introduced into circulation after the minting error. The 1955 doubled die is one of the most famous die varieties in US coinage.