1943 Lincoln cent value

1943 Lincoln cent value

Post by Zemm » Tue, 19 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Can anyone help me put a value on my 1943 Lincoln. It is graded MS-67

Thanks
Brian

 
 
 

1943 Lincoln cent value

Post by mike » Tue, 19 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> Can anyone help me put a value on my 1943 Lincoln. It is graded MS-67

> Thanks
> Brian


I would gather you could auction it on ebay and get something near (or
even less than) 30 dollars, but it trends much higher at around 70
dollars. Good luck getting anything close to 70 bucks, or even half of
that, though.  If the coin is not certified, only expect a couple bucks.
If you get lucky, you might recieve 45$ selling it.

 
 
 

1943 Lincoln cent value

Post by James Owen » Tue, 19 Jan 1999 04:00:00


OK, first, if it is graded MS 67, what service?  If you didn't certify
it, then you can't truly say and sell it at an MS 67 grade (unless you
are a professional grader and both you and the buyer recognizes that)
Second, what is the Mint Mark?  Mint Mark changes the value quite a bit.
Normally the steel cents are about a few bucks in unc grade, but I saw an
all mint set selling for 10 dollars.  Hope I helped, but need more info.

Mike.

Quote:

> Can anyone help me put a value on my 1943 Lincoln. It is graded MS-67

> Thanks
> Brian


 
 
 

1943 Lincoln cent value

Post by Zemm » Wed, 20 Jan 1999 04:00:00


It is graded by NGC, and it is a 43-P. I checked on coin-universe but hear
that they are considered a bit high.

Thanks

Quote:

>OK, first, if it is graded MS 67, what service?  If you didn't certify
>it, then you can't truly say and sell it at an MS 67 grade (unless you
>are a professional grader and both you and the buyer recognizes that)
>Second, what is the Mint Mark?  Mint Mark changes the value quite a bit.
>Normally the steel cents are about a few bucks in unc grade, but I saw an
>all mint set selling for 10 dollars.  Hope I helped, but need more info.

 
 
 

1943 Lincoln cent value

Post by James Owen » Wed, 20 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, you could probably get at least 10 dollars on auction or form a dealer,
depending on what people on an auction are willing to pay at that time.
Include a good pic if you do sell it on auction.
                                Mike.
Quote:

> It is graded by NGC, and it is a 43-P. I checked on coin-universe but hear
> that they are considered a bit high.

> Thanks


> >OK, first, if it is graded MS 67, what service?  If you didn't certify
> >it, then you can't truly say and sell it at an MS 67 grade (unless you
> >are a professional grader and both you and the buyer recognizes that)
> >Second, what is the Mint Mark?  Mint Mark changes the value quite a bit.
> >Normally the steel cents are about a few bucks in unc grade, but I saw an
> >all mint set selling for 10 dollars.  Hope I helped, but need more info.