These pennies are actually not silver, but are made of steel with zinc coating. They were produced in 1943, only, as critically needed US copper supplies were re-routed toward building arms/munitions and even warships for WW III.
Steel cents are still quite common since they minted so many of them, and retail for about 10 to 50 cents in circulated condition, and up to $5 in uncirculated condition.
a 1943 D penny is worth 1.7 million dollars
Wheat pennies from 1943 are zinc-coated steel, not silver. On average, they're worth 10 cents.
It's not rare, and it's not silver or silver plating. It's zinc-coated steel, and is worth around 25 cents.
That's not silver, it's zinc-coated steel. On average, it's worth around 10 cents.
This penny is actually made of steel, not silver. These were produced in lieu of copper coins in 1943 to conserve precious metal reserves. This coin is worth at least 8 cents in typical conditions, but as much as 50 cents to $1 in UNC condition.
Depends on the condition. An extremely clean coin will get more than $100US, but a smudged worn penny will be worth less than $10US.
1943 12 sided Canadian penny
Check the date again. Steel pennies were only made in 1943. Your coin may be silver plated for decorations or jewelry.
If by a "silver penny" you mean one of the 1943 steel cents, then in mint condition it's worth a dollar or two. If you mean some other date, then it's silver plated and has no collector value. And your 1967 penny has been altered -- no added value.
The 1943 US pennies were steel, not platinum. Their worth depends on condition.
It's not silver plated. See the related question below for more information.
About 5 cents.
US pennies have never been made of silver.
The U.S. never made a silver penny. It would have been worth more than a dime! If its date is anything other than 1943, it's either a fake or it's been silver plated. If it's dated 1943 it's made of zinc-coated steel.
Most are worth about $1.00 just for the silver.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin has been plated.
it's worth about a dollar for the silver in it.
steel penny, about 2-5 cents, worth more than less if you have quantity.
Nothing. It's counterfeit. But if you have a 1943 STEEL penny, it's worth between 10 cents and $2.
Your "black" penny is most likely a 1943 steel penny. (Check it with a magnet. If it sticks its steel) It is worth about .10 - .20 cents.
The U.S. never minted a silver penny. It would have more than a dime's worth of silver in it. Your coin is almost certainly plated with a silver-colored metal.
U.S. pennies were never made of silver.