What is a 1943 Canadian penny worth?

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Pennies were the oldest currency used in Canada and a 1943 Canadian penny is worth an average of £0.93. In the year 1943, Canadian pennies were made of steel with the aim of conserving copper during World War II.
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How much a 1943 penny is worth depends on the penny, the mint run, and the condition it is in. For a accurate value you will need to take it to your local coin dealer. You can find
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It really depends on the condition of the coin. In a grade of Fine (which is an average circulated coin) it could retail for up to 15 cents. A dealer might give you 5 cents. Source(
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It's made of steel, not silver, and most are worth around 5 cents.
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The oldest Canada cent I found was from 1943 at VG-8 it's worth $0.10, at
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