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|Obverse Type||Lincoln wheat (1909 - 1958)
|Minted||Denver, United States
|Mintage||approx. 430,578,000 (inc varieties)
|Scarcity||D over S: scarce
Notes: - 'D' mintmark below date
- mintmark 'D' punched over subtle 'S'
- tin ommited, resulting in brass, not bronze
- images courtesy of Eternity Coins
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USA one cent
1944 br D/S
What is a 1944 one cent coin from the United States worth?
Value, images, and specifications for the 1944 US one cent (penny).
(Lincoln Wheat) (brass, Denver mint, D over S variety)
|MS||Mint state - Uncirculated
United States coins
> two cent
USA one cent
Lincoln Wheat US 1c
page 5 (1939 to 1945)
> 1939 P
> 1939 D
> 1939 S
> 1940 P
> 1940 D
> 1940 S
> 1941 P
> 1941 D
> 1941 S
> 1942 P
> 1942 D
> 1942 S
> 1945 P
> 1945 D
> 1945 S
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The 1944 United States 'Lincoln wheat' one
cent obverse features Abraham Lincoln facing
right, with the word 'LIBERTY' to the left, and
date to the right. Above Lincoln's head is the
phrase 'IN GOD WE TRUST'.
The reverse shows 'ONE CENT' above 'UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA', with an ear of wheat to either
side. Above is the Latin phrase 'E PLURIBUS UNUM',
which translates to 'out of many, one', the US motto.
Further detail in notes