it is not rare enough to have any value [will have value in about 3 years]
It depends on the type of penny. As of 2014, the 1943 steel penny is worth about 50Â¢ and the 1943 copper penny can be worth up to $60,000.00
A 1943 steel penny with no mintmark can be worth $.35 - $1.50
A 1943 steel penny is worth just that 1cent.
The face value is 1 cent.
Depends on condition.
About 5 cents.
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.
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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
$400 to $6,000
Average value is 5 to 10 cents, depending on the grade (condition) of the coin.
The 1943 steel Lincoln cent is not rare or scarce, the average value is 5 to 10 cents.
Authentic examples are value at more than $100,000.00, If you think you have a bronze 1943 Lincoln take it to a qualified professional for evaluation.
8-24-11>>> A genuine copper (bronze actually) 1943 Philadelphia issue Lincoln cent has a minimum value of $60,000.00.
There were no British Pennies minted from 1941 to 1943 inclusive.
No such thing. Steel cents were only minted in 1943.