How Much Is a 1945 United States Penny Worth?

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how much a 1945 United States penny is worth depends on the condition of the penny. On average, as of 2013 the penny is worth 0.15 cents. A 1945 penny in perfect condition can be worth up to $4.00.
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Depending on the condition of the coin it could be worth anywhere from one cent to $60+ Chances are, unless the coin is in exceptional condition, it is worth little more than 10 cents
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A 1945 Penny with an S mint may be worth about $5+, with a D mint it may be about $2 if they don't have any wear. They are worth less than .25 with wear.
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Hi Nicole, the 1945 cent is fairly common. There may be a D or S mint mark below the date if it was minted in Denver or San Francisco, 226 million and 182 million respectively, compared
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