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There’s A 1936 Wheat Penny Worth $5,000! See Which 1936 Pennies Are Worth The Most Money –

Today I’ll show you how to tell if you have a 1936 wheat penny worth a significant amount of money or a 1936 Lincoln cent that is only somewhat more valuable than face value. I will explain how to recognise the difference between a 1936 wheat penny that is worth a lot of money and a 1936 Lincoln cent that is just slightly more valuable than its face value today.

 

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How Much Is A 1936 Penny Worth Today?

Examine your penny’s obverse (heads side) and look under the date. Is there a small letter hidden beneath the date? The mintmark is that. Is the mintmark a “D” or a “S” if one exists? The coin was produced at the Denver Mint if it has a “D” mintmark. It was produced in the San Francisco Mint if the mintmark is a “S.”

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1936 Penny Value (No Mintmark / Philadelphia Mint)

1936 pennies from the Philadelphia Mint are quite plentiful and are the most common of all 1936 pennies minted. A total of 309,632,000 were made at the Philly Mint in 1936 — and many are still around today. If found in pocket change, your 1936 Lincoln cent is worn. And while they are obsolete, 1936 wheat pennies really aren’t worth very much — perhaps 5 to 10 cents.

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In uncirculated condition, the 1936 penny value is quite a bit higher — about $5 and up. You may be wondering how in the world you could find an unworn 1936 penny. The fact is many were saved in roll quantities. So there are still plenty available for the coin collectors who need them.

 

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1936-D Penny Value (Denver Mint)

Denver-minted 1936 Lincoln cents are rarer than Philadelphia-minted ones, but they’re still prevalent. The 40,620,000 coins are available in worn and uncirculated condition. Any 1936-D cent you see in circulation is certainly worn. Worth 7–15 cents. Uncirculated copies cost $5.50 or more.

 

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1936-S Penny Value (San Francisco Mint)

San Francisco 1936 Lincoln cents are the rarest of the three, having 29,130,000 mintages. More than enough survivors exist to meet coin collector demand. A weathered 1936-S coin is worth 10–20 cents.mUncirculated 1936-S pennies are worth $6+.

 

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1936 Off-Center Penny Error

A 1936 Lincoln cent that wasn’t square or “circle”? That’s good! Off-center 1936 pennies are worth more. 5%–10% off-center pieces are valued $3–5.
Find one with the date showing and 50% or more of the design removed and you have a 1936 wheat cent worth $100 or more!

 

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1936 Penny With Struck-Through Grease Error

A grease-filled mistake arises when oil or other viscous fluid gets caught in coin design or lettering recesses. Grease can hinder the design from being properly struck, leaving faint or missing features. Collectors value 1936 Lincoln pennies with struck-through flaws at $5 and above.

 

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1936 Die Crack Penny Error

Aging dies may develop hairline cracks, which can increase coin lines. Numerous numismatists collect these fascinating die cracks or die breaks. Old Lincoln wheat pennies with BIE defects, small, vertical die cracks that resemble a capital “I” and occur between the “B” and “E” of “LIBERTY” on the obverse, are prized. BIE variants are in the thousands. Some Lincoln penny collectors collect BIE errors by year.

 

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What About 1936 VDB Pennies?

He designed the coin in 1909 and put his initials on the tail. His initials are on the bottom center reverse of the 1909 coins, under the wheat stalks, which symbolize national prosperity. Some 1909 coins lack VDB initials. Those that do are termed 1909 VDB pennies, whereas those minted in San Francisco that year are rare and precious.

Late in 1909, Brenner’s VDB initials were deleted because to public complaints that they were too conspicuous and resembled advertising. In 1918, the US Mint restored the VDB under Lincoln’s shoulder, where they remain today.

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