Wheat Penny Value Guide, 1935 

Among its various iterations, the Wheat Penny series stands out as one of the most beloved and collected.  

Each coin tells a story of American history, and its value often transcends mere monetary worth.  

In this guide, we delve into the intricate world of Wheat Pennies, focusing particularly on the year 1935, exploring their value, historical significance, and factors influencing their worth. 

Against this backdrop, the U.S. Mint continued to produce coins, including the Lincoln Wheat Penny. 

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Minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco, these coins hold varying degrees of scarcity and value depending on their mint mark and condition. 

Determining the value of a 1935 Wheat Penny involves several factors, including its mint mark, condition, and rarity. 

– Philadelphia (no mint mark): Pennies minted in Philadelphia typically have higher mintages and are therefore more common.

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