1940 us no mint wheat penny (non-magnetic) , it's in fine condition. The 1940 lincoln penny features, on its obverse side, the profile of abraham lincoln.Lincoln's image takes up a lot of the coin's face, but to his left you will see the raised inscription of the word liberty. Directly to lincoln's right will be a marking indicating the 1940 year of minting. Rounding out the features of the obverse is an inscription which arches over the top and reads, in god we trust. The coin's reverse features in the middle two inscriptions, one that reads united states of america and one that reads one cent.
To the left and right of these central inscriptions are single stalks of wheat, which is why the penny is often referred to as a wheat penny. Arching overtop of the reverse is the latin phrase e pluribus unum. This item is made of bronze and copper, tin, zinc.