For a specific answer, you need to ask about a specific year.
There are no exact records of the number of copper pennies made in 1943. It was about 40. Most pennies that year were made of steel.
1815 is the only year U.S. one cent coins (pennies) were not made.
Pennies were made out of pure copper from 1793-1857. Today, pennies are mostly made of zinc but coated with copper.
I don't uderstand you question. If you are refering to how many pennies the US has made i don't think that there is a way to figure that out due to the fact that no one knows how many pennies were made each year in the mints early years.
1860 The last copper pennies were made in England, and the same year the first bronze pennies were made.
All of them were supposed to be made of steel, however there were a few copper coins accidentally struck that year. Its extremely rare to come across copper pennies from that year.
These pennies are called "Wheat Pennies". They were last made in 1958.
The last year wheat cents were made was in 1958.
According to the US mint, 6015.2 million pennies were made in 2012.
According to the US Mint, 4010.83 million pennies were made in 2010.