Question by  Gunrunner (561)

What is the value of 1941 Lincoln coins?

I have quite a few and was hoping they might be worth something.


Answer by  monkeyz (3150)

A 1941 wheat penny's value depends on the condition of the coin. For a "very fine" coin, the value is about 20 cents. For an "extremely fine" coin, the value is about forty cents. The amount you would likely fetch from a dealer, however, is probably less.


Answer by  GilFinn (2065)

Generally, dealers would pay about 2 cents for the average coin. Better the quality (less wear), are worth more, something that requires the coin to be seen to be determined.


Answer by  MichaelMoroschan (120)

Coins and their value are totally dependant upon market price, ie the high and low book price, what another collector is willing to pay for them, and their graded condition. 1941 pennies generally will sell for between. 20 to. 40 per coin but again it is dependant upon the three factors stated above as to final value price.


Answer by  jaems (22)

The coin's value depends on the condition. A coin in a very good condition will obviously be more valuable.

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