US VDB Lincoln Cent 1909
Roger -- We have a page that covers all dates of Lincoln wheat-backed cents, it appears at this link [Press Here].
Coin: 1333 , Genre: United States
Requested by: roger, Fri, 18-Sep-2009 06:39:03 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Mon, 23-Sep-2013 23:09:01 GMT
Updated by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Sat, 13-Sep-2014 22:55:32 GMT
Requester description: 1909 easy to describe, Lincoln head,lettering, date and wheat strand on back are very clear.
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How much for a 1909 S VDB 1oz Copper Bullion Rounds Lincoln Wheat Cent? - Katrina
Hi Katrina -- Copper bullion rounds are medals (not coins) made in a large number of different patterns for collectors. They are worth their weight in copper, and usually sell for $3 to $5 US dollars each. Only genuine US one cent coins with the 1909 S VDB are worth a bundle. - CoinQuest (Paul)
Hi, I have been looking through my great grandfathers coin collection, and found a 1909 NO S vdb cent in almost uncirculated condition. Any appraisals?
Not a bad find, though probably not worth more than a worn silver dollar. The 1909 VDB cent with NO mintmark currently catalogs at $15 when average circulated, $17 well preserved, $20 almost uncirculated, $25+ fully uncirculated. - CoinQuest (Chris)
Good Day Everyone!!! _
I've Found a 1909S VDB Lincoln Coin in my Backyard,,
How much for this??
and I would like to ask if there are Fake Coins like this which circulated before??
How will you know that the Lincoln Coin you're Holding is the REAL one??
Interesting thing to find in your backyard. If you'd like us to help you determine authenticity and value, please CLICK HERE and you'll be able to upload photos for us to check out.
As Paul wrote above, this is a highly counterfeited coin. You could also bring it to a reputable coin dealer in your area for his or her opinion. - CoinQuest (Todd)