What is the value of a 1946 wheat penny?

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A 1946 wheat penny is currently worth around 0.10 pennies for a VF (Very Fine) grade and 0.20 pennies for an XF (Extremely Fine) grade. The values depend very strongly on the grade of the coins regardless of their type.
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There is no such thing. Aluminum wheat pennies were made one year during the war due to the scarcity of copper. However, they were being made with copper by 1945. In circulated condition
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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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1946 is not a rare date for Lincoln cents. In circulated condition, it's worth 3 cents.
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There is no such thing as a silver wheat penny. In 1943, pennies were struck in steel which gave them a silvery appearance, but in 1946 no pennies were struck in steel. If you are
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