What is the value of a 1900 wheat penny?

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Wheat pennies from 1900-1960 vary in value depending on condition, year it was minted, place it was minted and rarity. The value can go from a couple of dollars to over $250,000. A 1943 copper penny is extremely rare and can go for more than $250,000. The reason is that they were minted by mistake. Copper was needed during WW II and the Treasury was using steel to mint pennies.
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