Pennies aren’t the most useful coin out there; a single cent doesn’t buy you much these days! But an old-fashioned copper penny might be a worth a whole lot more than you realize. The same way that certain 1970 quarters are worth a lot of money, specific
One Penny Still In Circulation Is Worth $85,000. Do You Know How To Spot It?
1943 copper Lincoln penny is one of the most sought-after coins—about 40 have been found. That year, the US Mint switched to making pennies from zinc-coated steel instead of 95% copper/5% zinc and tin, but by mistake some copper pennies still were made, and those may be worth $10,000 to $100,000, or even $1 million in pristine condition. Helpful: Hold a magnet up to your 1943 pennies. If any aren’t attracted, you may have a very valuable find.
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