1941 Penny

by Chad Eicher

1941 Penny

The 1941 wheat pennies comes in three varieties “D”, “P” and “S”.

How Much is a 1941 Wheat Penny Worth?

Anywhere from 5 to 11 cents.

How Many Wheat Pennies Were Minted in 1941?

1941 P: 887,039,100

1941 D: 128,700,00

1941 S: 92,360,000

1941 P Penny

Rarity: Common in all grade through fully red gem.

Facts about the 1941-P wheat penny: Many rolls of this and subsequent dates were saved. The saving of the issues had stopped by the 1960s. As a results. There are plenty of these coins available. The coins in this issue are mostly spotty with varying tones.

1941 D Penny

Rarity: 1941-D is common in all grades. Original rolls are still in existence.

Facts about the 1941-D wheat penny: This variety is worn, but still some suitable ones may still exist.

1941 S Penny

Rarity: Original rolls still exist.

Other Facts: 1941-S cents are difficult to locate in problem free condition. Many were coined from overused dies which were moderately worn and the certified population of gem coins may include some of these on the basis of overall eye appeal. For reasons unknown, this date also comes move often toned or spotted than many surrounding issues.

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Chad Eicher

Detectorist Chad is passionate about metal detecting since he got his first metal detector as a gift when he was 12 years old. He created Metal Pursuits to share his knowledge and create the ultimate metal detecting resource on the web.

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