What is a 1943 wheat penny worth?

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1943 wheat pennies have different values. The lowest is worth around £0.07, the next one in class D is worth £0.08 and the last one in class S is worth £0.09. Wheat pennies are worth at least triple their face value if not badly damaged.
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