What is a 1945 penny worth?

Answer

The value of a 1945 penny ranges from £0.0186 to £0.0248, it is the actual price that a coin dealer will pay for a penny. A penny was the smallest currency denomination that was used in many English speaking countries.
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The U.S. minted huge quantities (for the time) of coins as WW2 came to an end, so anything from around that period will be very common among collectors. In average circulated condition
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It depends on which of the 4 different 1909 Lincoln wheat cents you have, look on the back to see if the coin has the initials V.D.B or not or a "S" mintmark under the date
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Please take another look and post a new question. No wheat cents were struck in San Francisco during 1922.
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im not 4 surebut i paid 16.00$ for mine in great condition.
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