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How much is a 1943B silver steel penny worth?

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2005-03-22 16:12:16
2005-03-22 16:12:16

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


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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.


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


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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.


A 1943 steel penny with no mintmark can be worth $.35 - $1.50


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


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The U.S. never struck a silver cent. It would be worth more than a dollar! Your coin is an ordinary penny that was plated, and is worth only a penny.



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