1943 Copper Penny Value?

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The value of a true 1943 copper penny can range in value from $70,000 to poor condition and $100,000 for perfect condition. There are very few of these pennies around as there were few created and even fewer were erroneously released to the public. There are many fakes floating around that are actually 1948 pennies that have been filed down to look like a 1943.
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== 1943 Copper US Cent Prices == * One sold for $40,000 in 1958 * Another sold for $10,000 in 1981. * A 1943-S copper cent graded NGC MS-61 Brown sold for $115,000 in 2000. * A 1943
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Ashley, If what you have is real you may be looking at over $10,000. Take a magnet to your coin, if it picks it up, someone plated the coin and it is worthless. If not, double check
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The estimated value of a 1943 Copper penny is around $10,000 - $100,000. Almost forty 1943 copper cents are estimated to remain in existence!
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1. Obtain a large number of pennies. 2. Go to the bank if you do not have a large amount of pennies. Trade in some cash for rolls of pennies. You may want to keep going back to the
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