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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They are worth 12 to 15 cents each, in circulated condition, and as much as 50
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That's not silver, it's zinc-coated steel. On average, it's worth around 10 cents.
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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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It's not silver. It's steel. They were made of steel during the war years because the government needed the copper for other things. The steel was made in Pittsburgh. And you can
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