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1943 Copper Cents


 
In 1943 there was a critical shortage of copper due to WW2, so the government began to issue 1943 coins made of zinc coated steel. The mints cleared out all the old copper cent unstruck coins out of the big bins that fed the minting machines. Evidently all the old copper planchets were not removed and some 1943 copper cents were made by mistake. There are about a dozen known genuine 1943 copper cents.

 

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1943PENNY
... that fed the minting machines. Evidently all the old copper planchets were not removed
and some 1943 copper cents were made by mistake. There are about a dozen ...

American Numismatic Association
... One of the first 1943 copper cents to surface was found in change in 1947. Another
find was reported that year in the June issue of the American Numismatic ...

1943 US Copper Cent
... no 1942 copper blanks remained in the hoppers. They missed some because 1943 copper
cents were later found in circulation. None are known in new condition. ...

Facts About 1943 Copper Cent
... One of the first 1943 copper cents to surface was found in change in 1947. Another
find was reported that year in the June issue of the American Numismatic ...

Re: 1943 copper penny
... So far, about 20 have been authenticated from all 3 mints. Course, there are
countless copper plated steel 1943 cents that fool the unknowing. ...

1943 Penny
... Approximately 40 of the 1943 copper-alloy cents are known to remain in existence.
Coin experts speculate that they were struck by accident when copper-alloy 1 ...

Got a 1943 US copper penny?
... needed for the war effort. However, something less than two dozen 1943 copper cents
were struck on planchets left over from 1942 productions. This is a total ...

Santa Clarita Valley News - The-Signal.com - Alan Mendelson
... Mark Goldberg of Superior estimates that there are about 40 verified, authentic
1943 copper cents, but more could be out there. If you think you have a 1943 ...

1943 Steel Pennies, 1943 Copper Pennies, 1943 one cent coins
... steel penny worth between 50 cents and $9. If it does not stick to a magnet and is
not an altered 1948 cent, it is the rare 1943 copper penny, worth up to $100 ...

Re: 1943 copper Lincon Penny
... at 13:37:19: In Reply to: 1943 copper Lincon Penny posted by Dan on January ... The value
is probably worth about 50 cents. (US). Every time I go back home ...

moredeals.com: Money Tips from Alan Mendelson
... Coin experts say the very few 1943 copper cents were minted in error when leftover
"planchets" or blanks for 1942 cents found there way by accident into the ...

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