How much are my U.S. 1936 Satin with brown surfaces penny worth?

About 1936 Satin BN Lincoln Cents - Wheat Reverse (Proof)

The first regular-issue proof Lincoln cents in 20 years, the 1936 satin proofs bear a similar resemblance to the matte proofs that preceded this piece a generation earlier. However, collectors of the 1930s weren?t particularly fond of the satin finish, which bears little difference in outward appearance from nice uncirculated business-strikes. Officials at the US Mint paid heed to the numismatic outcry and produced 1936 pennies with brilliant finishes, leaving the satin proofs as the rarer of the two types. Given a relatively low survival rate of perhaps 500 to 600 pieces, many of these satin-finish proofs were presumably spent as money.



Coin Date: 1936
Denom: 1c / Cent
Desg: PR
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Coinage Type: Lincoln obverse, Wheat reverse
Coinage Years: 1909-1958
Composition: 95% copper; 5% tin & zinc
Variety 2: Type 1, Satin Finish
Strike Type: Proof
Diameter: 19 mm
Weight: 2.5 gr
Designer: Victor D. Brenner
PCGS #: 3330
NGC ID: 22L2
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CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
Value for grade:

PR66


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
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PR65


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
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PR64


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
Value for grade:

PR63


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
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PR62


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
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PR61


CDN Market Values for: 1936 Satin BN
Value for grade:

PR60


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