Do all U.S. coins have a mint stamp?

Mint and has always been the main facility, most coins from historic Philadelphia have no mint mark. Exceptions are the Wartime nickels of 1942-45 (shown), Anthony dollars of 1979-81, and all other Philadelphia coins after 1979 except the cent.

Do they still put mint marks on coins?

In 1979, the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin was introduced. Once again, the ā€œPā€ mint mark appeared. The following year, the ā€œPā€ appeared on all of the denominations except the cent, which still holds true today….Mint Marks.

Mint Branch Mint Mark Years Mark Used
West Point (NY) W 1984-Present

What are the different mint marks on coins?

The current mint marks on United States coinage are P, D, S, and W for the 4 currently operating US Mints. The letter P is used for the Philadelphia Mint, D for the Denver Mint, S for the San Francisco Mint, and W for the West Point Mint. Over time there have been 9 official United States Mints.

Where is the mint stamp on a coin?

Anyone who has handled United States coinage has seen a mint mark. The small capital letter on the obverse (heads side) of a coin tells collectors, customers, and institutions where that coin was minted.

What does it mean if there is no mint mark on a coin?

If the date of a US coin is written without a mintmark, it means that the coin has no mintmark and was (usually) minted in Philadelphia. Coins without mintmarks made in Philadelphia are sometimes referred to as, for example, 1927-P, even though there may be no mintmark on the coin.

What if a coin has no mint mark?

How much is a penny without a mint mark?

1922 pennies without the D mint mark are plain cents or plain pennies. An uncirculated 1922 plain penny with a high grade can be worth $12,000 or more.

Is a coin worth more with no mint mark?

What Are the Most Valuable Coins with No Mint Marks? Other No S Proof Coins tend to have values in the $1,000 to $30,000 or so range depending on their grade and rarity. The higher the grade on the 1 to 70 coin grading scale, the greater the value.