What is the value of a 1943 steel penny?

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A 1943 steel penny is worth approximately £6200 and it was mainly coated with zinc. Uncirculated coins tend to be more expensive than those that are in circulation. The cost of these coins is also based on their condition.
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1943 cents were struck in zinc-coated steel to free up copper for the war effort. Many were saved as curiosities so they're not a rare item. With an S mint mark, a 1943 cent with
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just a few cents. Even though you don't see them often, they are extremely common as 684 million were minted.
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Each are worth about 50 cents. Although, if you happen to land upon a 1943 copper penny, it will be worth much more, possibly in the thousands of dollars, because there were not many
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They are worth about 12 to 15 cents each in circulated condition, and as
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