What Is a 1946 Penny Worth?

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A 1946 Penny is valued at $135 or £82.8, though it is important to note that the condition of a coin matters very much in determining its value since pennies that are in a poor state are valued very low and vice versa.
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Steel pennies were made in the US in 1943, and are worth between a few cents (in circulated condition) and a few dollars (in uncirculated condition) 1946 cents are made of bronze.
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The valuation of a 1946 penny is $0.03. Thank you for using ChaCha!
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Wheat pennies were produced from 1909 through 1958 and are made of copper, zinc and tin. They have ears of wheat on one side with President Abraham Lincoln's face on the other. Since
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A UK penny is worthless there are still masses of pre decimal currency about. I have a bag full. UK.
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