Saturday, July 07, 2012

1962-D Lincoln Memorial Cent

Have a cent and want to know its value? Leave a comment

Maybe it is the heat or still being full of Fourth of July fun and food but I found this common cent and want to showcase it. The only thing that makes it post worthy is that it is 50 years old. Sure America is 236 but I have yet to find a coin that old in my change.


Let me see anything interesting about this one.
Oh the 1962-D had triple the production of the 1962 cent.

There is some sticky stuff and lint on this one. I think that is about it, enjoy.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Cent  / United States
Year: 1962-D
Mintage: 1,793,148,140
Metal: 95% Copper, 5% Tin, and Possibly Zinc
Value: $0.02 in EF-40

Do you have a cent and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

10 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Making Music Company said...

hi, i have a 2003 one dollar bill without bank seal, value please? thanks for your comments.

Man said...

2003 one dollar bill without bank seal,

Partial Missing Overprint error about $150.00.

Making Music Company said...

Thanks, for your help!, great site!

Anonymous said...

I am trying to find a place to get a list of mint error for my coins I have collected. Is there such a place???

Man said...

I am trying to find a place to get a list of mint error for my coins I have collected. Is there such a place?

I am not sure what you mean.
U.S. coins?
A list of dates?
A list of error types?
A list of values?

Or just general error information?
--Try here...
http://hermes.csd.net/~coneca/

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A 1960 AND 1961D FRANKLYN SILVER HALF DOLLAR WITH FULL BELL LINES AND A 1962D FRANKLYN SILVER HALF DOUBLE DIE ERROR
ARE THEY CURRENTLY WORTH ANYTHING MORE THAN THE 50 CENTS?

Man said...

1960 AND 1961D FRANKLYN SILVER HALF DOLLAR WITH FULL BELL LINES
--About $14.00 each

1962D FRANKLYN SILVER HALF DOUBLE DIE ERROR
--About $35.00

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much :)

sargeswidow said...

Can you recommend a guide or book for me to look up some coins I have inherited from my dad. All US coins from 1940-2000. I never quite sure if I will get a true answer from a dealer on the values. Think knowledge would be my asset on this.
Thanks

Man said...

Can you recommend a guide or book for me to look up some coins I have inherited from my dad. All US coins from 1940-2000.

Red book is the value if you want to buy the coin at retail, blue book is what to expect to get at a dealer.
Red book is usually what eBay prices are based on.

The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of U.S. Coins 2013 (Guide Book of United States Coins)

The Official Blue Book: A Handbook of U.S. Coins 2013 (Handbook of United States Coins (Paper))