Wheat penny

This is my penny front and back and as you can see theres no visible date or mint mark but its got alot of other errors on it i think its priceless. Wanted some other opinions

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  • Off the bat, I can tell you that this looks like common damage. The coin is very worn and will therefore have no significant value. (unless the staff tell you otherwise).

    P.S. Haven't been too active lately, will start posting more soon!

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  • It is difficult to tell from your pictures, but the coin appears to be damaged, as Tezzarg says. Damaged coins are worth about zero. Only coins that have been erroneously produced by government mints carry value.

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  • If you look closely across the front of the coin it says one cent and united states of america backwards so i assumed it was an error coin.

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  • With inscriptions backwards, it is an error coin. But the pictures are far too small to see that fact or draw any conclusions. Please supply large pictures, at least 400 x 400 pixels on each side.

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  • Ok i will and thank you.

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  • It could be a brockage error. You must take it to an expert for in-person inspection. I'd guess a value between $50 and $100 US dollars, but this is just a guess and depends on the coin actually being a brockage error. Here is an explanation of brockage:

    http://coinquest.com/cgi-bin/cq/coins?main_coin=10224

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  • How can i determine if its a copper penny or not?

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