The 1913 version of the Wheat Penny is worth on average $375.00 if in Mint State (uncirculated), while one in poor condition will have a value of just $1.50. If the coin has an error, or is certified this will further add to the appeal and raise it's price numismatically speaking. Year: 1913 Mint: No Mint MarkHow many Lincoln cents were made in 1913?
76,532,352 Lincoln Cents were made in 1913. Three different Mints produced the 1913 Lincoln Wheat Penny: Denver, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. These Philadelphia-Mint (no mintmark) pieces are the most common Pennies from 1913 and are worth between 80 cents and $5 in the lower circulated grades.Is 1913 a key date?
Within early year Lincoln wheat series are famous key dates, 1909-S VDB, 1914-D, each standing out as high value. Other dates and mints are difficult to find and considered semi-keys to the series. 1913 is quietly amount these elusive varieties, when found, often in very worn condition.How many types of error pennies are there?
Here are the 2 major lists of penny errors to look for — which includes a total of 9 different types of error pennies: Of all error coins, there’s perhaps none more well-known than the doubled die. But, what are doubled die pennies?