The place to go to see spectacular minting errors like yours in MikeByers.com. Your off center Lincoln cent sounds to be about 20 percent offset, so it would probably draw bids of $5 to $10 US dollars on eBay. The value of off-center strikes depends on the amount off-center and the amount of wear. The coin in the picture is about 30 percent off-center.
Lincoln cents, of course, are very common in the US and errors are not worth too much. If the error coin is an exotic one, the value goes up due to rarity and the value goes up further due to error.
For modern (post 1948) US coins, the table below shows some approximate catalog values for off-center strikes. To qualify for these values as 'uncirculated,' the coin must be in a numismatic slab from PCGS, NGC, ICG, or ANACS.
|10% off-center||50% off-center||90% off-center|