Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Lorenzo Jauregui, Feb 28, 2020.
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I have a question if you can answer this for me. On the internet they hype up the steel penny selling for quite a bit of money. Is it because there is some kind of doubling going on?
Your title is wrong.. It's 1943 not 45.. Unless you have 45 of them.
Review your threads before creating them.
If you are looking at the prices on Etsy then forget it. Those are ludicrous listings!
Well, internet hype sometimes seems to develop a life of it's own! The 1944 steel cent is extremely rare, some were mistakenly made on left over steel planchets. While there may be some varieties with value, generally the 1943 steel cent is a very common but interesting coin.
LoL. Oops. I can't wait for the day that I hit puberty in coin roll hunting when I can take the advice of a expert and not wish for a different outcome. I appreciate everyone's help.
So then like any coin the value factor comes when there is an error.
Not really. Sorry.
Wow. How about scarcity of a coin?
There were so many minted. Not really.
Here are the numbers in millions -
He knows his stuff. People get mad when they are told they don't really have what they think they have then trash talk.
I paid less than 20 bucks for it, already in the PCGS holder.
That's right with people going g of to fight the war there really wasn't that much of a need for the coin
Looks even flashier in hand.
They're nice coins, and popular. Just not rare at all.
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