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Well, there is no B mintmark, so it must be either a D or an S. If uncirculated with an S it would retail for $3.00 but from either other mint or in a lower condition it will be less than $1. They all list at 25 cents in Fine condition, but you'll have a hard time finding a dealer who will pay you more than a nickel.

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What is the value of a silver or steel penny?

It's steel, not silver, and it's worth about 5 cents.


What is a 1943 silver penny worth?

It's made of steel, not silver, and most are worth around 5 cents.


1943 silver wheat penny worth?

It's made of steel, not silver, and it's worth about 5 cents.


What a 1943 silver penny worth?

It's made of steel, not silver, and most are worth around 5 cents.


How can you tell the difference between a silver penny and a steel penny?

It's easy! Pennies were never made of silver. They would be worth way more than a cent. Steel pennies were made in 1943. So if you have a penny that was minted in 1943 it's not silver but rather steel.


What is a 1943 silver wheat penny worth today?

They aren't silver, they are steel. They are worth anywhere from 3 to 10 cents in average condition.


Is a silver penny worth money?

A "silver penny" is a steel penny. They were minted in 1943, during World War II, because of the copper shortage. To a collector, it may be worth something, yes, but certainly no amount you could retire on.


What is a silver 1943 penny worth?

The U.S. has never made a silver one cent coin. The 1943 Lincoln cent is zinc coated steel with values of 3 to 10 cents in average condition.


How much is 1976 steel penny worth?

Check the date again. Steel pennies were only made in 1943. Your coin may be silver plated for decorations or jewelry.


How much is a rare silver plated 1943 penny worth?

It's not rare, and it's not silver or silver plating. It's zinc-coated steel, and is worth around 25 cents.


How much is a silver penny worth in mint condition and what is a penny from 1967 with a silver front and a goldish looking back?

If by a "silver penny" you mean one of the 1943 steel cents, then in mint condition it's worth a dollar or two. If you mean some other date, then it's silver plated and has no collector value. And your 1967 penny has been altered -- no added value.


What is the value of the silver nickel 1942-1945 and the steel penny 1943 released stockpiles of raw nickel and copper?

The silver nickels are worth about $1.50 in scrap silver if circulated or up to about $3-4 if in excellent condition. The steel penny is worth about 2-3 cents if circulated and up to a buck or two if in brilliant uncirculated.


What is 1943 penny worth silver?

1943 cents are steel and zinc, not silver. They're worth 10 cents in average condition and upwards of a dollar in uncirculated condition.


How much is a 1943 silver wheat-head penny worth?

Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.


What is a 1944 penny made of steel worth?

The 1944 steel penny is worth between $75,000 and $110,000. This steel penny was minted by mistake and there were not a lot of them around.


What is a 1943 silver penny worth with a d mark on it?

That's not silver, it's zinc-coated steel. On average, it's worth around 10 cents.


Value of 1943 silver penny?

It's not silver, it's zinc-plated steel. If it's still shiny, it's worth about 50 cents.


What is value of a silver wheat penny?

US pennies have never been made of silver. If they were they would be worth more than $1. In 1943 they were made out of steel coated zinc. These are often mistaken for silver, lead, and steel but are neither.


What is a 1991 steel penny worth?

Check the date again. Steel pennies were only made in 1943. Your coin may be silver plated for decorations or jewelry.


What is the worth of a steel or silver 1908 US penny?

Not silver and not steel - the U.S. has never made silver pennies because they'd be worth more than dimes, and steel cents were only made in 1943, to save copper for use in ammunition. Your coin has been plated for use in jewelry or as part of a school chemistry experiment.


What is a 1943 silver penny with US on it?

Sorry it's actually zinc plated steel. They are worth 3 cents to $3


What is the value of a wheat silver or Aluminium penny?

It sounds like you're referring to the 1943 wheat penny, which is actually made of zinc-coated steel, not silver or aluminum. In circulated condition, one is worth about 10 cents.


What is the value of a silver 1944 penny?

US pennies were never made of silver. They were made of steel in 1943 and those are worth around 10-50 cents depending on condition. Then a few steel cents were minted in 1944 by error, which, if genuine, is worth over $300,000


How much is a 1943D silver steel penny worth?

Despite being 70 years old, the 1943 steel (not silver) cent is still common. In average circulated condition, one is worth about 10 cents. If it still has the original zinc plating, one could be worth upwards of a dollar or so.


What is a steel 1955 wheat penny worth?

Steel cents were only made in 1943. Your coin is plated. It is considered an altered coin and is worth a penny.