Technically you could get however much someone is willing to pay for it. Realistically, you're looking at about 5 cents for a circulated coin, or a couple of dollars for a nice Mint State coin. There were a few "copper" (actually a copper, zinc, & tin alloy) 1943 cents made, but most of them are believed to have been found already, and there are many fake versions, including modified 1948 cents and plated 1943 steel cents. If you have a 1943 copper cent, and it doesn't stick to a magnet, get it certified first! This will also get it graded, which will help in its eventual sale.
About 5 cents.
it is not rare enough to have any value [will have value in about 3 years]
A 1943 steel penny with no mintmark can be worth $.35 - $1.50
A 1943 steel penny is worth just that 1cent.
There is no such coin. The US mint does not a coin out of only one metal.
1943 was the only year for steel cents
The face value is 1 cent.
Depends on condition.
Sorry no steel 1 cent coins dated 1907, only 1943.
A 1943 penny with a kangaroo on one side is an Australian penny. These can be worth 3.00 dollars or more depending on the condition of the coin.
Average value is 5 to 25 cents.
Zinc coated steel, not silver. Average value is 5 to 10 cents. The US has never made a one cent coin from silver.
Nobody. The US never made silver pennies. In 1943 the US made steel pennies. These are often mistaken for silver. In 1943 Abraham Lincoln was on the US penny.
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As far as I know there were no wartime zinc pennies. The 1943 pennies were steel.
15 to 50¢ in average condition
$35,000.00 to $81,000.00
A genuine copper (bronze actually) 1943 Philadelphia issue Lincoln cent has a minimum value of $60,000.00.
Depending on condition, average value is 5 to 50 cents.
its value a 1943s is 0.40 1943p is 0.30 1943d is 0.35
The steel 1943 Lincoln cents are common, average coins are 5 to 25 cents.
A genuine 1943 copper cent would have a value of about $50,000.00 less than 15 are known to exist
If genuine, they are worth tens of thousands of dollars. Certification is required.However, 99.9% of them out there are fakes. Try checking it with a magnet -- if it sticks, it's a fake.1943 copper penny? Value (US$): $200000