The 1960 version of the Lincoln Penny is worth on average $10.00 if in Mint State (uncirculated), while one in poor condition will have a value of just $0.01. If the coin has an error, or is certified this will further add to the appeal and raise it's price numismatically speaking.
- Year: 1960
- Mint: No Mint Mark
- Type: Lincoln Penny
- Mintage: 586,405,000
- Metal: 95% copper 5% zinc
- What's it worth?: $10.00 to $0.01
1960 was a strange year. There are 1960 Small Dates and 1960 Large Dates. Then to make things even stranger there are small dates over large dates, and large dates over small dates. There are also RD and RB versions. The RD is worth 30%-80% more based on condition. 1960 Lincoln Cent in average circulated condition is probably only worth face value. If certified in top MS it can sell for $10+ to a collector.
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Top coins in this series. List price based off high end conditions that have been certified.
|$65||1959 D Lincoln Penny|
|$30||1959 Lincoln Penny|
|$10||1960 Lincoln Penny|
|$10||1960 D Lincoln Penny|
|$10||1961 Lincoln Penny|
|$10||1961 D Lincoln Penny|
Known errors. Coins in order by date. To learn more about each error simply click on the read more link.
|1977 Aluminum Cent||The 1977 Aluminum Lincoln Cent is some sort of anomaly in the coin community. It's on...|
|1967 Stainless Steel||
1967 Stainless Steel Lincoln Cent. This is a penny struck on stainless steel 10c C...
|1960 DDO||The 1960 D DDO D over D Small over Large Date is worth a few hundred dollars in mint ...|
|1959 D Wheat Reverse||
1959-D Mule Lincoln - Forgery or Fairplay? The 1959-D Mule Lincoln Cent is an odd ...
|Broadstrike||Certified broadstrike errors on the Lincoln Cent are are seen fairly regular. Common ...|
|Brockage||A Brockage Error occurs when the previously struck coin sticks to the die and is then...|
|Penny on Dime Planchet||Penny on Dime planchets if certified and in MS can go for a thousand dollars or more....|
|Clipped Planchet||If you see something like this when digging through pennies set them aside. These are...|
Rare Coins. Key and Semi-Key Dates to remember. Based on various factors.
|1961 D||1961 D is a semi key date for the Lincoln non wheat varieties....|
|1959 D||1959 D is a semi key date for the Lincoln non wheat varieties....|
Located on the front (obverse) to the right just under the date. If not present this penny was minted in Philadelphia.
President Lincoln is featured prominently on the obverse (front) of the Lincoln Cent, also called the Lincoln Penny. The Penny is the first widely distributed coin to feature an American President. Previously coin faces were reserved for Kings, Queens, and Royalty.
The Lincoln Penny has a weight of 2.5 g.