1967 Lincoln Penny

Last updated: June, 18 2024

The 1967 Lincoln Penny is worth up to $55.00 in MS65 Red condition, but generally sells for this American cent are closer to $10.00 in an average condition such as AU58. The price of the 1967 cent like with all other pennies is highly dependent on the color of the coin. Even in poor condition this coin generally sells for 35 cents, at coin shops and in online markets.

1967 Lincoln Penny
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  • Year: 1967
  • Mint Mark: No mint mark
  • Type: Lincoln Penny
  • Price: 35 cents-$55.00+
  • Face Value: 0.01 USD
  • Produced: 3,048,667,000
  • Edge: Smooth

Notes: No proofs or coins from the D or S mint were issued this year for some strange reason. Maybe they just didn't feel like getting out of bed or something?

Instead there are SMS or special mint set specimens that were produced. So if you want something akin to a proof, look for the SMS designation.

1967 Red Cameo specimens in MS67 are the gold standard for this year and sell for between $450-$800.00 USD. A few specimens have been sold in either MS68 red CAM and or MS65 Deep Cameo for somewhere in the range of $1000-$4000.00 for those ultra high end collectors seeking something more. We are unaware of any specimens that are both MS68 RED and DCAM, although we are certain they exist somewhere. The takeaway from this is that the DCAM (Deep Cameo) designation is the most sought after feature buy buyers, with CAM (Cameo) MS67/MS68 coming in a close second.

Example DCAM 1965 MS65 Red Cent

What can you tell me about the 1967 Lincoln Penny?

1967 was a fairly uneventful year of no major significance really. MS65 red certified is our preferred bassline for a coin this year, and they are selling for around $50, as stated above DCAM and CAM are the big price multipliers.

What about 1967 Penny Errors?

Quick list of errors with a wide range of pricing estimates.

  • Off Center Strike: $40-$500 highly dependent upon percentage off center as well as color and grades.
  • Die Break/Crack: $30-$1,250, again depends on a slew of factors like color, grade, a severity of error.
  • Clipped $5-$85: both curved and straight clipped 1967 cents are known. these are some of the cheapest types of errors to pic up for this year.
  • Double Die $5-$1,250: DDR / DDO - this error coins value is more closely tied to the generic coin qualities like color and grade than doubling, unless severely doubled.
  • Re-Struck Over Dime $800-$7250: these are more rare than the other error coins on this list, and this is greatly reflected in the overall sales price of this coin.
  • Wrong Planchet: - similar to the error above this coin was struck on a 10c planchet, just not the finished product.


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Questions & Comments

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Anonymous: I have what appears to be a 1967 Doubled Die on the front. Someone said these are worth several hundred dollars. Do you want to buy this? Posted: May 21, 2024 11:44 am

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Admin : We do not purchase or sell coins, so that we can focus on more accurately detailing them. If we did either it might be in our interest to improperly detail a coin in hopes of buying or selling said coin in order to make profit like many online companies do. That being said we can suggest eBay if you are currently a seller on their with a good rating. If the coin is graded to a higher standard you could try a high end auction house like Heritage. If you sell to a dealer then the is surely going to take a cut, as he is running a business. Reply posted: May 25, 2024 1:30 pm

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Anonymous: Where is the mint mark? I have several of these with no mark at all, is this normal? Posted: October 12, 2023 11:44 am

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Admin : These were only produced at the Philadelphia mint and because there were no others from say the Denver or San Francisco mint there was sort of no reason to need to have a P mint mark. So they are all from Philadelphia, hope that helps. Reply posted: May 25, 2024 1:30 pm

Price Chart

Rates listed here refer to professionally graded and slabbed coins. If new to collecting the prices below might not make sense.

Chart below for this coin in RD (red).

  • Grade VG8 = $1-$1
  • Grade F12 = $1-$1
  • Grade VF20 = $2-$3
  • Grade EF40 = $2-$4
  • Grade AU50 = $5-$8
  • Grade AU53 = $5-$9
  • Grade AU55 = $5-$8
  • Grade AU58 = $6-$10
  • Grade MS60 = $16-$15
  • Grade MS61 = $16-$26
  • Grade MS62 = $24-$40
  • Grade MS63 = $23-$38
  • Grade MS64 = $30-$50
  • Grade MS65 = $41-$69
  • Grade MS66 = $66-$110
  • Grade MS67 = $94-$156

Value ranges below are for this coin in RB color.

  • Grade VG8 = $1-$1
  • Grade F12 = $1-$1
  • Grade VF20 = $2-$3
  • Grade EF40 = $2-$3
  • Grade AU50 = $2-$4
  • Grade AU53 = $3-$5
  • Grade AU55 = $5-$8
  • Grade AU58 = $5-$9
  • Grade MS60 = $9-$13
  • Grade MS61 = $9-$15
  • Grade MS62 = $14-$23
  • Grade MS63 = $21-$35
  • Grade MS64 = $25-$41
  • Grade MS65 = $29-$48
  • Grade MS66 = $86-$144
  • Grade MS67 = $212-$353

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How much is a 1967 Lincoln Penny worth?

In Average Circulated (AC) condition it's worth around 35 cents, one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $55 at auction. This price does not reference any standard coin grading scale. So when we say Average Circulated, we mean in a similar condition to other coins circulated in 1967, and mint state meaning it is certified MS+ by one of the top coin grading companies. *** [?].

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Specs & Design

This coin has a total mass of 2.5 g, a diameter of 19.05 mm, and a thickness of 1.52 mm. It's edge is Smooth, and the coins are composed of 95% Copper Pre 1982, 97.5% Zinc, 2.5% Copper after 1982.

Designer: Victor D. Brenner (obv), Lyndall Bass (rev)

Front (Obverse): The obverse or front of this coin contains the bust of President Lincoln the 16th president of the United States. The words In God We Trust are engraved in an arching manner on the top most portion of this coin. The date is present along with the mint mark. If the mark is missing the coin was issued from the Philadelphia mint. With the exception of 2017 P, the only year to contain a P mint mark to honor the 225th anniversary of the United States Mint.

Back (Reverse): The reverse of this coin has been described as Lincoln Memorial design. Nice clean lines on the steps and buildings are important for a decent grade. The Lincoln Memorial replaced the reverse after the last Wheat Cent was issued in 1958.

Most Valuable

The most valuable Lincoln Penny's. Prices listed are for MS-65 certified. Visit the link to learn more about each coin.

Image Year Mint Worth
Lincoln Penny 1967 $55
Lincoln Penny 1982 $55
Lincoln Penny 2000 $50
Lincoln Penny 2000 D $40
Lincoln Penny 1964 $38
Lincoln Penny 1959 D $35
Lincoln Penny 2000 S $35
Lincoln Penny 1962 D $32
Lincoln Penny 1969 $31
Lincoln Penny 1971 S $30
Lincoln Penny 1975 D $30
Lincoln Penny 1982 D $30
Lincoln Penny 2002 D $30
Lincoln Penny 1962 $29
Lincoln Penny 1961 $28
Lincoln Penny 1961 D $27
Lincoln Penny 2002 $27
Lincoln Penny 1959 $25
Lincoln Penny 1968 S $25
Lincoln Penny 1975 $25
Lincoln Penny 1976 S $25
Lincoln Penny 2005 D $25
Lincoln Penny 1978 D $23
Lincoln Penny 1960 $22
Lincoln Penny 1960 D $22
Lincoln Penny 1971 $22
Lincoln Penny 1978 $22
Lincoln Penny 1970 S $20
Lincoln Penny 1971 D $20
Lincoln Penny 1993 D $20
Lincoln Penny 1995 $20
Lincoln Penny 1995 D $20
Lincoln Penny 1995 S $20
Lincoln Penny 1969 S $19
Lincoln Penny 1970 $19
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1989 P $345.22
1989 $345,000
1989 D $345
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***Price subject to standard supply and demand laws, dealer premiums, and other market variations. Prices represent past values fetched at online auctions, estate sales, certified coins being sold by dealers, and user submitted values. While we wholeheartedly try to give honest price estimates there are many factors besides appearance, metal content, and rarity that help make up the coins overall value. Call or visit your local coin dealer for more information.