|1944 penny mint mark||0.53||0.8||4871||52|
|1944 penny mintage||1.64||0.8||8968||7|
|1944 penny no mint mark||1.74||0.7||3086||7|
|1944 steel penny no mint||1.5||0.5||3372||39|
|1944 steel penny no mint mark||0.64||0.7||1245||18|
|penny minted in 1944||1.86||0.3||458||8|
|1944 d penny mintage||0.25||0.4||4446||76|
|1944 silver wheat penny no mint mark||0.58||0.8||4657||14|
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 the value of a 1944 wheat penny with no mint mark?
Type: Wheat Penny. Year: 1944. Mint Mark: No mint mark. Face Value: 0.01 USD. Total Produced: 1,435,400,000 [?] Silver Content: 0%. Numismatic Value: 15 cents to $6.00.Are 1944 pennies rare?
This penny is rare for the exact opposite reason the 1943 copper penny is rare. By 1944 the mint has resumed producing pennies using copper instead of steel. However, a few pennies were mistakenly minted using steel and are now considered extremely valuable.