The 225th anniversary of the U.S. Mint was celebrated in 2017, and the U.S. Mint was celebrating this achievement by issuing new coins with the 225th year anniversary mint mark. The Shield pennies, stamped at the Philadelphia Mint, bear the “P” mint mark. Uncirculated coins of this type are worth 10 cents, while proof coins can fetch you up to $3. A 2017-P Shield penny is worth 10 cents, while the “W” mint mark is reserved for pennies from the West Point branch of the Philadelphia Mint.
The 2019-W Lincoln cent is the first coin struck at the West Point facility in 40 years. The reverse features the Union shield. This coin does not carry a mint mark, so it is identical to the circulation version. This coin is packaged as a bonus in the 2019 U.S. silver proof set, and is a reverse proof coin. It is worth $0.33 in uncirculated condition. However, it is still worth a premium, even if it is uncirculated.
A 2019 p penny depicts Abraham Lincoln, whose portrait is featured on the obverse. On the reverse, a shield with thirteen vertical stripes represents the states joining in a common union. Above the shield, a horizontal bar symbolizes the states’ unified support of the federal government. The motto, E Pluribus Unum, is inscribed. This coin is made to honor Abraham Lincoln’s legacy. There are no mintage restrictions, and it is worth collecting in any amount, from the smallest coin to the largest denomination.
A popular choice among collectors is a 2019 p penny, an uncirculated premium coin. This coin comes directly from the U.S. Mint Sets, and therefore has the highest quality available. Its design makes it a perfect choice for anyone who wants a beautiful coin with a long history. When buying a 2019 p penny, you are ensuring that you’ll be getting the best quality.
A 1992 Close AM coin is worth $20k or more, depending on its condition. A similar coin in better condition could fetch a couple of hundred dollars. The same coin sold for $20k at Heritage auction in 2012. The doubling of words and the date makes it worth $500-$2,000, and in pristine condition, a used coin could be worth up to $150. A clean coin, on the other hand, could fetch up to $200.
The Wheat Penny was produced from 1909 to 1958 and featured two stalks of wheat. The reverse side of the coin featured the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The Lincoln cent featured the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln. The first design was based on his childhood in Kentucky. It features a log cabin of that era. A second design represents the era in which the U.S. was founded. In this way, it became the first coin to feature a U.S. president.