Those of you that know even a little about error pennies would know that the jackpot penny to find would be a 1943 copper penny since almost all of the 1943 pennies were the only ones made of steel to conserve the copper that year. There have been a few steel 1944 pennies too which are also worth a buttload worth because, just like the copper 1943, there were a few transitional errors that made it through. Anyways, it's been quite sometime since I've posted any questions and was really hoping y'all could give me any advice as to if this could be 1943!? The more I stare, the more it looks like what I want it to though. I did ask two other nonprofessionals what they think the date is, and I didn't throw out any dates so they would remain unbiased. Both of them said 1043 they think but again, they aren't professionals so now I'm asking y'all! I have taken quite a bit of pictures that I'm putting on here mainly because with different lighting and different angle causes it to almost entirely change. It makes a huge difference apparently. I'm posting all the pics I took this just in case it's just maybe a lucky one that could make the difference, who knows. And again I would normally never try this hard to figure it out except that it could possibly be a one in a billion find if I were actually that lucky, but I'm trying not to get too excited into thinking it's anything.