See the 1944 penny value. Do you have a 1944 penny silver in color? Find out here if it’s worth just a few cents, or if you’ve got a rare 1944 steel penny worth $100,000!
Benjamin Franklin designed the first U.S. penny in 1787 (called a Fugio cent). The U.S. Mint started producing pennies in 1793 with Large cents (1793-1857), followed by Flying Eagle cents (1856-1858), Indian Head cents (1859-1909), and Lincoln cents (1909-present). One of the most popular pennies among collectors is a Lincoln cent design: the Lincoln Wheat penny (1909-1958). Here, experienced coin collectors are sharing fun ways to collect pennies, how to grade pennies to determine their condition & value, which pennies are the rarest & most valuable, and how much U.S. pennies are worth (by year).
Have a 1943 penny? Want to see if you’ve hit the big bucks? Here’s how to tell common 1943 pennies from the rare ones. Plus info on what they’re worth.
Have a 1922 penny? Curious what it’s worth? Here’s everything you want to know about 1922 pennies, including the rare & valuable 1922 plain penny and how to tell if you have one.