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1 P, D, S Wheat Pennies Collection of 100 Various Dates + Bonus 10 Coins Circulated

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There are 50 WHEAT PENNIES in a roll. This lot is for the equivlent of two rolls plus 10 bonus coins!
Wheat cents are in average circulated condition.
Most of the WHEAT PENNIES are dated from the 40’s and 50’s but you can still find earlier dates in the Smyrancoin mix and even San Francisco minted coins!
Full date ranged possible in our mix, unlike our competitors.
Each order will receive 10 FREE Additional Coins! Making your purchase 110 Total!

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Collection of 100 Wheat Pennies. Great Value. You may even find coins dating in the 1930s, 20s and earlier. There are 50 WHEAT PENNIES in a roll. This lot is for the equivalent of over two rolls. Wheat cents are in average circulated condition. Most of the WHEAT PENNIES are dated from the 40’s and 50’s but you can still find earlier dates in the Smyrancoin mix and even San Francisco minted coins! Full date ranged possible in our mix, unlike our competitors. Each order will receive 10 FREE Additional Coins! Making your purchase 110 Total!

Specification: 1 P, D, S Wheat Pennies Collection of 100 Various Dates + Bonus 10 Coins Circulated

Weight 13.6 lbs

16 reviews for 1 P, D, S Wheat Pennies Collection of 100 Various Dates + Bonus 10 Coins Circulated

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  1. Darren Zieger

    The vast majority of wheat cents were minted in the 1940s and 1950s, so any bulk purchase like this is going to contain primarily those dates, and this lot was no different. However, unlike the lots I’ve purchased from every other vendor I’ve tried on Amazon, this one can credibly claim to be an “unsearched” lot. It contained at least 20 coins from the 1910s, 20s, and 30s, including several very early dates, and a 1936 cent in AU (almost uncirculated) condition. And there were also a number of 1940s coins that are among the less common dates from that period. There were many mint marks, mostly D, but a few S’s including among the earliest dates. I highly recommend this vendor!Read more

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  2. Cindy Perez

    I am very happy with my purchase. I received: one 1913, ten 1920, four 1923, seven 1925, two 1926, three 1927, four 1928, nine 1929, four 1930, nine 1934, eighteen 1935, nine 1936, seven 1937, two 1938, one 1939, three steel 1943, one steel 1943s, one 1944s, one 1946p, one 1955, & one 1955s. A total of 110 just as advertised. I found them to be in good circulated condition. I am please with the span of years. Very fast shipping. I am going to purchase another set. Highly recommended seller!Read more

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  3. Dallas Alliance Admin

    We only received 83 pennies. The advertisement states 110.Read more

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  4. LI Bob

    I received 109 pennies. I was pleased to see that most of the pennies were from the 1920’s and 1930’s. Unfortunately, there were none from before 1920. Keep in mind that the listing said that most of the pennies would be from the 1940’s and 1950’s, so this inclusion of so many from the 20’s and 30’s was very good news. I received 33 pennies from the 1920’s, 47 from the 1930’s, 16 from the 1940’s (including 10 steel pennies), and 13 from the 1950’s. Almost all the pennies were in what I would consider to be good condition for coins of this age. All in all, I am very pleased with this purchase.Read more

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  5. Rachel

    Overpriced for wheat pennies when comparing to local coin shop prices. However, the variety in dates and mint marks made this worth buying. Especially if you are making a penny collection and looking for each year like I am. The seller also included two steel pennies that were in great condition.Read more

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  6. shawn henderson

    Price is outrageous. .20 each for a ton of late teens a few 20’s 2, 30’s and a ton of 40,50’s, went to a local coin shop and bought 5.50 of wheaties for 3 cents each with a better varietyRead more

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  7. Gold Canyon, AZ

    Based on some other reviews, I expected worse. Instead of 110 coins I received 116 coins (4 of them were steel). Oldest was 1916, newest was 1958. Here is what I received. 1916-1919-5 1920-1927-11 1932-1 1940-1948-38 1943 steel-2 1943D steel-1 1943S steel-1 1950-1958-57 I only received 8 S-minted coins. The rest were either Denver mint or Philadelphia (plain), about half and half. Thirteen of the coins were above average condition (photo). Otherwise the rest were average with a few below average. None were rusted or severely damaged or unreadable. Overall I am more satisfied than I thought I would be. I obtained a few coins for my collections. Would possibly buy again.Read more

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  8. david w anderson

    I had to order again from this company to make sure that I fact they cannot count. My first order was 118 pennies and my second order was 116 orders. Add says 100. Thank you, thank you. The extra pennies are not garbage. Other reviewers complained of multiple dates and big holes in other dates. The first order started with 1090 and ended with 1958. First to last. The rest of the coins were spread out over 28 different dates. Yes there were some dates far more coins than other…providing a good sample of all the mints. I like it. The second order started at 1910 and ended with 1958. The rest of the coins were spread out over 29 different dates. And yes, some dates had a larger quantity than others. All the mints again. Also, the dates not included in my first order were well represented in the second order as if by design. I intend to buy more product from this supplier.Read more

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  9. Darren Zieger

    The vast majority of wheat cents were minted in the 1940s and 1950s, so any bulk purchase like this is going to contain primarily those dates, and this lot was no different. However, unlike the lots I’ve purchased from every other vendor I’ve tried on Amazon, this one can credibly claim to be an “unsearched” lot. It contained at least 20 coins from the 1910s, 20s, and 30s, including several very early dates, and a 1936 cent in AU (almost uncirculated) condition. And there were also a number of 1940s coins that are among the less common dates from that period. There were many mint marks, mostly D, but a few S’s including among the earliest dates. I highly recommend this vendor!Read more

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  10. Cindy Perez

    I am very happy with my purchase. I received: one 1913, ten 1920, four 1923, seven 1925, two 1926, three 1927, four 1928, nine 1929, four 1930, nine 1934, eighteen 1935, nine 1936, seven 1937, two 1938, one 1939, three steel 1943, one steel 1943s, one 1944s, one 1946p, one 1955, & one 1955s. A total of 110 just as advertised. I found them to be in good circulated condition. I am please with the span of years. Very fast shipping. I am going to purchase another set. Highly recommended seller!Read more

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  11. Dallas Alliance Admin

    We only received 83 pennies. The advertisement states 110.Read more

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  12. LI Bob

    I received 109 pennies. I was pleased to see that most of the pennies were from the 1920’s and 1930’s. Unfortunately, there were none from before 1920. Keep in mind that the listing said that most of the pennies would be from the 1940’s and 1950’s, so this inclusion of so many from the 20’s and 30’s was very good news. I received 33 pennies from the 1920’s, 47 from the 1930’s, 16 from the 1940’s (including 10 steel pennies), and 13 from the 1950’s. Almost all the pennies were in what I would consider to be good condition for coins of this age. All in all, I am very pleased with this purchase.Read more

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  13. Rachel

    Overpriced for wheat pennies when comparing to local coin shop prices. However, the variety in dates and mint marks made this worth buying. Especially if you are making a penny collection and looking for each year like I am. The seller also included two steel pennies that were in great condition.Read more

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  14. shawn henderson

    Price is outrageous. .20 each for a ton of late teens a few 20’s 2, 30’s and a ton of 40,50’s, went to a local coin shop and bought 5.50 of wheaties for 3 cents each with a better varietyRead more

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  15. Gold Canyon, AZ

    Based on some other reviews, I expected worse. Instead of 110 coins I received 116 coins (4 of them were steel). Oldest was 1916, newest was 1958. Here is what I received. 1916-1919-5 1920-1927-11 1932-1 1940-1948-38 1943 steel-2 1943D steel-1 1943S steel-1 1950-1958-57 I only received 8 S-minted coins. The rest were either Denver mint or Philadelphia (plain), about half and half. Thirteen of the coins were above average condition (photo). Otherwise the rest were average with a few below average. None were rusted or severely damaged or unreadable. Overall I am more satisfied than I thought I would be. I obtained a few coins for my collections. Would possibly buy again.Read more

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  16. david w anderson

    I had to order again from this company to make sure that I fact they cannot count. My first order was 118 pennies and my second order was 116 orders. Add says 100. Thank you, thank you. The extra pennies are not garbage. Other reviewers complained of multiple dates and big holes in other dates. The first order started with 1090 and ended with 1958. First to last. The rest of the coins were spread out over 28 different dates. Yes there were some dates far more coins than other…providing a good sample of all the mints. I like it. The second order started at 1910 and ended with 1958. The rest of the coins were spread out over 29 different dates. And yes, some dates had a larger quantity than others. All the mints again. Also, the dates not included in my first order were well represented in the second order as if by design. I intend to buy more product from this supplier.Read more

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