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1943 steel cent

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The 1943 steel cent, also known as a steel war penny or steelie, was a variety of the U.S. ... Many people have counterfeited the coin by either copper-plating normal 1943 cents ... These reprocesse...

1943 Steel Wheat Penny Value | CoinTrackers

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CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1943 Steel Wheat Penny value at an ... one in certified mint state (MS+) condition could bring as much as $10 at auction.

1943 Lincoln Cents: The Value of Steel vs Copper Pennies

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What are 1943 steel pennies worth? What are 1943 copper pennies worth? ... values, including what to look for and how to spot a fake 1943 Lincoln copper cent. ... are worth between 20 to 50 cents if worn, and can reach into the $10-$20 price ...

Rare 1943 Penny Sells for $1 Million - ABC News

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Sep 26, 2012 ... A 1943 Lincoln penny that soared in value because it was made ... to zinc-coated steel for cents in 1943 because copper was needed during World War II. ... Many fakes are made by removing part of the 8 on a 1948 cent but ...

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Play next; Play now. 1944 Lincoln Penny (Copper, not Steel) One Cent Coin ... How Much is a 1943 Copper Penny Worth - You will be Shocked. by Don Haley.

1943 Zinc Penny: Lincoln Wheat (1909-1958) | eBay

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The purchase price is for FIFTY Lincoln steel cents, randomly pulled from the lot shown here. Steel ... Lot of 170 1943 P & D Lincoln Steel Wheat Cents mostly EF- AU zinc pennies. $19.43 ... Grading: A pictures worth a 1000 words. And our ...

1943 Steel Penny: Coins: US | eBay

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Find great deals on eBay for 1943 Steel Penny in Lincoln Wheat Coins. Shop with confidence. ... Can't go wrong for the price. ... 1943 PDS STEEL ROLL LINCOLN WHEAT PENNIES 50 CENTS FACE NICE COINS MINOR FLAWS. $19.50.

The Value of 1943 Pennies - Infoplease

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I have heard that 1943 steel pennies are worth a lot of money. ... Any idea how much it's worth? ... Although valuable, they probably won't bring in too much. ... A 1943 copper cent was first offered for sale in 1958, bringing more than $40,000.

1943 P Lincoln Wheat Cent Steel Cent Steel Composite Penny ...

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48 items ... 1943 P Lincoln Wheat Cent Steel Cent coin value and prices based on condition/ grade. Example images, pictures, statistics, facts and info for this coin ...

Got a 1943 copper penny? Don't spend it. / Boing Boing

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Sep 23, 2014 ... But if a cent or two happen to come along for the ride, you may have been the victim of fraud. ... On occasion, you'll find a 1943 penny made up of 99% steel and the rest zinc. It's a relatively rare coin because the Mint destroyed many of them ... Due to its rarity, an actual 1943 copper penny is worth tens of ...

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Rare Pennies You Should Hold Onto... Including The 1943 Penny

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I get a lot of queries for the following: 1943 wheat penny, 1943 steel penny, 1943 silver ... I remember the prices from the P (Philadelphia) mint ranging from around $10,000 ... If it sticks to the magnet, it is not copper and is worth about 50 cents.

1943 Lincoln Wheat Pennies Values and Prices - Past Sales ...

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While 1943 steel Pennies are about as common as any other 1940s Lincoln cent ... This minting error has resulted in a coin that is worth around $100,000 and is ...

1943 Steel (Silver) Penny: Background and Value - Coins - About.com

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Dec 31, 2015 ... How much is my silver 1943 penny worth? Is my 1943 penny rare? The answer is on this page about the U.S. wartime steel penny. ... The United States Mint came up with a new metallic composition for the one cent piece.