# What is the rarest type of penny?

#### ByVanessa

Jun 10, 2022

Flying Eagle cent (1856–1858)
Lincoln cent (1909–present) Lincoln Wheat (1909–1958) Lincoln Memorial (1959–2008) Lincoln Bicentennial 4 reverse designs (2009) Lincoln Union Shield (2010–present)

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## What is the rarest type of penny

Steel Lincoln Penny 1944 – approximately \$ 375,000.
1958 “Double Lincoln Penny” – approximately \$336,000.
1909 VDB bombing Lincoln – Penny, about \$269,000.
1856 cents “Flying Eagle” about \$173,000.
Lincoln Penny 1914-D – approximately \$159,000.

## What are the 7 different 1982 pennies

Date 1982 in oversized brass.
Compact brass date 1982.
Zinc 1982 with big date.
1982 zinc is less than the date.
Date 1982-D oversized in brass.
Zinc key date 1982-D.
1982-D zinc small date.

## Which pennies are worth keeping

15 Valid for most pennies in circulation.
15. 1995 Lincoln Memorial Cent (double die)
1970 S Lincoln Memorial Cent (small date – 7th floor)
1999 Lincoln Memorial Cents (closed mornings)
1984 Lincoln Memorial Cent (double ear in bone)
1983 Lincoln Memorial Cent (double reverse)

## Which 1982 penny is worth money

Which 1982 penny is worth the most? The most valuable nickel of 1982 is a temporary defect that appeared after switching from 95% copper 97 to 0.2% zinc. This is a 1982-D Lincoln Memorial small date cent made of copper. In the 1980s, there shouldn’t have been a “little” bronze Lincoln knocking down cents in Denver.

## How many pennies in row 1 pennies estimate how many pennies in rows 1/4 pennies estimate how many pennies on the entire chessboard pennies

255 pfennigs missing 1. The first 4 rows are 4,294,967,295 pfennigs. On the whole board 18,446,744,073,709,551,615 cents.

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## Are pennies minted before 1982 made of the same metal as pennies after 1982

For example, in recent years 30 cents have been made from an alloy containing 97.5% zinc and 2. copper, 5% pennies minted before 1982 are actually 95% copper and 5% zinc. The price of copper has more than quadrupled in the last 10 years. So a penny made before the 80s is worth 2 cents, again depending on the metal it contains.

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