What is the value of a 1943 silver penny?

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A 1943 silver penny is worth about 12 to 15 cents each in circulated condition, and as much as 50 cents or more if uncirculated. However, the 1943 copper cents are worth tens of thousands of dollars.
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It's made of steel, not silver, and most are worth around 5 cents.
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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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In recent years this penny has gone for about $60,000 dollars at auction.
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Here we have a coin that has more historic value than a monetary one. One can find an average circulated 1943 zinc coated steel cent in a coin dealers wheat cent box for .05-25 cents
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