How much is a 1958 D Double die penny worth?

How much is a 1958 D Double die penny worth?

Due to its rarity and severity of the error, the 1958 DDO Wheat Penny has been sold for incredible amounts. Several years ago, an MS-64 example was sold for $100,000! The current estimated price of the MS-65 examples is an astonishing $200,000.

How much is a 1958 DDO wheat penny worth?

1958 Lincoln penny value*
Quality 1958 1958 D
Very fine $0.07 $0.07
Extra fine $0.09 $0.09
Uncirculated $0.15 $0.15

What is a 1969s DDO worth?

At the time, Potter estimated that a Mint State 1969-S doubled die obverse is worth at least $44,000 and maybe as much as $100,000 or more depending on the grade it gets. Experts estimate that the number of known specimens of this 1969-S doubled die penny is only about 40 to 50 coins.

What is the most valuable double die penny?

Which Lincoln DDO coins are most valuable? The 1958 coin is the rarest and most valuable of all the Lincoln double die obverse wheat pennies, according to USA Coin Book.

Is the 1959 D penny rare?

The 1959-D Lincoln cents become rare in the highest grades, as shown at a February 2016 auction by GreatCollections when the online auctioneer sold a 1959-D Lincoln cent graded PCGS MS-67+ red for $3,432.

How much is a 1957 d penny error worth?

1957 Wheat penny value* Typical Wheat penny errors you can find include: 1957 strike-through Wheat penny error is worth $5 to $50+ 1957 doubled die Wheat penny costs $3 to $10+

How much is a 1969 D floating roof penny worth?

The 1969 D penny coins are worth around $12 if they’re in a mint certified state, according to Cointrackers.

What is the D mint mark?

The current mint marks on United States coinage are P, D, S, and W for the 4 currently operating US Mints. The letter P is used for the Philadelphia Mint, D for the Denver Mint, S for the San Francisco Mint, and W for the West Point Mint. Over time there have been 9 official United States Mints.

How rare is a 1959 D penny?

How many examples of the 1958 DDO are there?

Noted error specialist, Del Romines, once claimed to have seen THREE examples of the 1958 DDO, supposedly within a radius of fifty miles in Philadelphia. Thus far, only two have been officially confirmed, and they belonged to a collector (who will remain anonymous).

What is the difference between a 1958 DDO and 1969 DDO coin?

Whereas the doubling on the latter coin appears in a clockwise direction, the 1958 DDO exhibits counter-clockwise doubling. There is also far less doubling on the date of the 1958 DDO in comparison to the 1969-S DDO.

What is the rarest DDO error?

The 1958 Doubled Die Obverse is the rarest and most valuable DDO error of all of the Lincoln Wheat Cent (Penny) series. There are only a handful known to exist and the coins are best identified by the very clear doubling of the legend “IN GOD WE TRUST” and the doubling of the word “LIBERTY” on the front of the coin.

What is the history of the 1958-ddo coin?

It was initially introduced in the January, 1966 Coin World’s Clearinghouse section wherein an error collector, who was residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sent in a photo of one for publication. The doubling on the letters of the 1958 DDO cent is every bit as dramatic as its more famous counterpart, the Class 1 1969-S Doubled Die Obverse.