How much is a 1943 stainless-steel penny worth?

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A 1943 stainless steel penny is worth about 45 pounds at the moment. However, it could be worth as much as 500 pounds to a coin collector.
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An uncirculated 1943 steel penny is worth about 50 cents. If it was a circulated coin, it would be worth between 13 and 15 cents, depending on it's condition.
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During the height of the United States' involvement in World War II, there was a shortage of copper for use in ammunition and other equipment. This forced the U.S. Mint to come up
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Uh, "steel cut" refers to how oats are prepared. The coins were actually minted from steel due to wartime copper shortages. Please see the Related Question for more information
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They are worth about 12 to 15 cents each in circulated condition, and as
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