|1944 penny worth||0.57||0.4||5624||19|
|1944 penny worth today||1.75||0.2||5357||66|
|1944 penny no mint mark||0.98||1||6374||35|
|1944 penny values||0.61||0.5||3194||6|
|1944 penny price||0.17||0.2||579||31|
|1944 penny error||1.75||0.5||6692||1|
|1944 penny value today||0.39||0.2||9321||94|
|1944 penny worth one million dollars||0.17||0.9||619||19|
|1944 penny no mint||1.44||0.2||7131||85|
|1944 penny wheat||0.31||0.7||865||7|
|1944 penny steel||0.25||0.7||3400||26|
|1944 penny value chart||1.02||0.5||9407||42|
|1944 penny worth money||1.41||0.2||2450||97|
|1944 penny no mint mark worth today||0.25||1||8655||4|
|1944 wheat penny value||0.74||1||5126||62|
|1944 d penny worth||0.02||0.1||1616||63|
|1944 s penny error||1.03||0.6||1085||11|
|1944 canadian penny||1.13||0.3||1225||47|
Both the 1943 copper Lincoln cent and 1944 steel Lincoln penny are worth an incredible amount of money because they’re so rare. They’re worth far more than the famous 1909-S VDB penny – the rarest regular-issue Lincoln cent: The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000, depending on its condition.What does a 1944 Penny look like?
As for what the coin looks like, the obverse is dominated in the center by the profile of Abraham Lincoln. Immediately to the left of the central image is a raised inscription which reads "Liberty." To the right of Lincoln's image is a raised inscription marking the 1944 year of minting.Why is the 1944 steel penny worth so much?
The 1944 steel wheat penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000, depending on its condition, while the 1943 copper wheat penny is worth between $150,000 and $200,000. The high numismatic values of these coins are the result of their extreme rarity; both coins are the result of printing errors, and thus very few examples exist of either.What is a 1944 Penny made of steel worth?
The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000, depending on its condition. The 1943 copper cent - with only 40 made and 12 known to exist today - can command a price of around $150,000 to $200,000. Of course, when a penny is worth more than $75,000, you'd expect a few counterfeit examples to be floating around out there.