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Answered 2012-11-07 04:08:34

97.5% zinc, 2.5% copper.

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What are 2004 pennies made of?

Pennies produced in 2004 were made from copper-plated zinc. Pennies with 95% copper metal have not been produced since 1982.


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What were pennies made of after 1983?

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Post 1982 pennies were made of what type of metal?

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What were pennies made out of after 1983?

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What are pennies made of?

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8 pounds of pennies is how much money?

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How much is 50 lbs of 1983 pennies worth?

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Pennies?

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