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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