Is a 1943 penny rare?

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The rare penny of 1943 was the copper penny, which will stick to a magnet. The even more rare 1943 penny is one accidentally cast in bronze.
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One of the most frequently asked questions I get (right behind "How rare are. two-headed coins. ? is "How rare is my 1943 penny? The answer depends on what the 1943 penny
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A 1943 penny's value depends on several factors. For example, a copper penny from 1943 is extremely rare. A steel 1943 penny is about 10-15 cents. No matter how ...
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