Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.
It's made of steel, not silver, and it's worth about 5 cents.
They aren't silver, they are steel. They are worth anywhere from 3 to 10 cents in average condition.
The 1943 copper wheat penny's have the highest values.
a 1943 D penny is worth 1.7 million dollars
About 5 cents.
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.
No, its not. They are quite common.
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.
It's made of steel, not silver, and most are worth around 5 cents.