1930 Wheat Penny Error List: Value and No Mint Mark

In the United States, the Lincoln penny is a well-known part of the history of coins and money. Because some of its design is still used today, that proves that it was a good idea. The 1930 Lincoln is merely another must-have item if you're a collector. As time goes on, these coins will become more and more sought after because they are becoming rarer, due to which 1930 wheat penny value is increasing.

The coin's reverse has a striking resemblance to Abraham Lincoln's face. In honour of Lincoln's 100th birthday, the original design was made. 

Because it was so popular, it has stayed around to this day—the words "In God We Trust" is written above the picture of the former President. There is an inscription to the left of Lincoln's picture that reads "Liberty," and the year of minting is written to the right of him.

The reverse is a little plainer but sticks out because of the solitary wheat stalks on both sides of the coin. 

In fact, it was because of this that the penny earned the moniker "Wheat Penny." Across from the "United States of America," another inscription says "One Cent," and they are both in the middle. In the end, the Latin phrase "E Pluribus Unum" arcs over the top.

How Much Is A 1930 Wheat Penny Worth


The 1930 wheat penny that doesn't have a mint mark is worth about $0.15 if it's in good shape. If it's in very good shape, it's worth around $0.50. 

When it's in very good shape, the value is about $1.25. The price for coins that haven't been used is about $6 for coins with an MS60 grade. MS 63 uncirculated coins may be purchased for roughly $10.

• 1930 Wheat Penny No Mint Mark Value

One of the most common Lincoln cents made in 1930 is a penny that doesn't have a mint mark. A well-worn example can be worth about 7 to 25 cents, but a new one that hasn't been used can be worth more than $20! MS-67 Red is the best grade for the most valued 1930 no mint mark penny. Professional Coin Grading Service did it. In 2005, someone paid $10,925 for it.

• 1930 D Wheat Penny Value

1930 D Wheat Penny Value

There aren't as many 1930-D pennies as there are Philly-made ones. A 1930-D Lincoln cent is valued between ten and fifty cents in well-circulated grades and fifteen dollars for Mint State specimens. 

The PCGS MS-67 Red graded 1930-D penny sold for $11,400 in 2019 and was the most costly ever sold at auction.

• 1930 S Wheat Penny Value

1930 S Wheat Penny Value

Have you got any 1930-S coins? As with other 1930-S Lincoln cents, this one is uncommon in mint condition. 

It costs about 40 cents to $1.50 for them to be in normal used condition, and they're worth $15 or more if they're not used. PCGS rated the most valued 1930-S penny MS-67 Red and sold it in 2004 for $33,350.

Important 1930 Penny Errors To Watch For


Many factors determine the 1930 wheat penny how much is it worth? The following is the 1930 wheat penny error list:

• 1930 Doubled Die Pennies

Doubled die coins may be something you've heard of before, but what are they? At least two times and from different angles, the hub hits the die that makes a design on a blank coin. This makes a design on the die. 

In this case, "doubled dies" are coins made with a die that has a doubled image on it and is used to make coins. Some are worth a lot of money, while others aren't worth very much to most collectors and aren't worth very much at all.

A 1930 doubled die penny is rare, but you may be in the running for a million dollars if it's authentic! A lot of money is spent on Lincoln's doubled die pennies by collectors. A rare error coin with a doubled die from 1930 would be worth at least $100 to $500 if the naked eye can see the doubled die.

• Off-Center 1930 Pennies

Another big mistake affects how square the coin is struck. Off-centre faults merely reveal a portion of the coin's design. The rest of the image kind of spills the coin, leaving a part of the coin blank or not struck. 

Off-centre coins are often worth a lot more money. In general, coins with a lot of the design cut off are worth more money than coins with the whole date and mintmark (if there is one). Some mistakes made in the 1930s are worth over $150 today!

• 1930 Pennies With Odd Or Missing Letters

You don't realise how many people contact me through email with questions about the weird characters or numbers they see on their coins. Typically, they are caused by post-mint damage, such as nicks and scratches that resemble a derelict number or letter, or by the coin being imprinted with the letter or number after it was coined. 

However, the strange or missing letters can occur on genuine mistake coins — those struck by a broken die or maybe a die containing foreign material — preventing the full letter or phrase from adhering to the coin.

When coins are made with a die with grease or fabric on them, some of the letters on the coin's inscription are cut off. This is one of the most common things to happen. A lot of the time, these "strikethrough" mistakes are worth a lot of money. They can be worth $100 to $250, maybe more!

Other Years From This Coin Series:

1909  1910 1911   1912
1913 1914 1915 1916
1917 1918 1919 1920
1921 1922 1923 1924
1925 1926 1927 1928
1929 1930 1931 1932
1933 1934 1935 1936
1937 1938 1939 1940
1941 1942 1943 1944
1945 1946 1947 1948
1949 1950 1951  1952
1953 1954 1955 1956
1957 1958


1930 Lincoln Penny Grading

A 1930 Lincoln penny's condition is critical to its value to collectors. In this way, it makes sense that Lincoln pennies that have been graded are the ones that end up in collections. 

Grading is only a professional evaluation of the coin's condition. Here is a list of the various grades and what they imply.

- Uncirculated:

A coin that has not been used has not been circulated. Essentially, these coins have already been kept secure from the day they were produced. All the raised lettering and images will have been perfectly preserved over the years, so this is how it will work out:

- Extremely Fine:

Extremely Fine is a coin that has been around for a short time but hasn't had much damage. As long as you don't see any big flaws, these coins will look pretty good to the naked eye. There are still a few small flaws that make the value less valuable.

- Fine:

As you can see, this means that the 1930 Lincoln penny is in good condition. It has been passed around a lot. The elevated areas of the coin will be scratched, smoothed, and even chipped, but they will still be discernible to the human eye.

- Good:

Good is the grade assigned to coins with a significant amount of circulation. You can see a lot of wear and tear in these coins. A few of them might be very bad. It will be possible to see most of the main parts of the coin. There might be some small details that have been worn away.

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