About 3 cents.
1945-S is a common date for wheat cents -- worth about 2 cents in circulated condition.
These coins are common and are worth about 2 to 15 cents in circulated condition.
Old coins are valuable because they're old and rare. The 1945 penny isn't worth remarkably more than other coins of its approximate age (in fact, it's worth a lot less than a 1944 steel penny, or a 1943 copper penny, both of which are extremely rare).
2 to 5 cents in circulated grades. This is not a rare coin.
There is no such thing as a lead penny. In 1945 they were made of copper and zinc. If your penny is indeed lead then it is a counterfeit and is worth nothing. However, if it is copper then it is worth only a few cents in circulated condition.
Zinc-coated steel coins were struck in 1943 not 1945 look at the coin again to check the date.
1945 S Wheat Penny. CoinTrackers has estimated the 1945 S Wheat Penny value at an average of 15 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $6.
A wheat penny is worth about $1,000,000
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Although a 1945 King George Canadian Penny is very old the value of the coin isn't very high. These coins can be worth around 20 dollars.
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A penny minted in 2013 is worth a penny, or 1 cent.
It's worth one penny.
what is a 1981 canada penny worth?
A penny from the 1811 is worth $150.00 to $1,110.00.
Depends on the material copper or steel
A penny in poor condition can have a numismatic value of fifteen cents, while one in perfect condition can be valued at up to $4. A 1945 D Wheat Penny is worth, at face value, only one cent.
A penny was worth a penny 1D in old money , there was 240 pennys to a pound.
A penny is always worth a penny no matter what.
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This penny is now worth as much as $1,500.