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Can You Guess How Much a 1943 Penny is Worth?: The 1943 steel penny obverse - these pennies were made of steel to save copper for the war effort..

Can You Guess How Much a 1943 Penny Is Worth?

Can You Guess How Much a 1943 Penny is Worth?: The 1943 steel penny obverse - these pennies were made of steel to save copper for the war effort..

"Bridgeport 1663 BRDGPORT 1-IN STEEL PENNY,": Steel Bushing Pennies Application Used inside bushing to… #USAOnlineShopping #USAShopping

"Bridgeport 1663 BRDGPORT 1-IN STEEL PENNY,": Steel Bushing Pennies Application Used inside bushing to… #USAOnlineShopping #USAShopping

Numismatic Oddities: The ONE and ONLY coin in the history of U.S. Currency capable of being lifted with a magnet was the 1943 steel penny, sometimes called "the Steelie".  In an effort to save copper for war production, the 1943 mint run used a steel penny with a zinc covering.  This proved to be wildly unpopular with the general public, as they were often confused with dimes and human perspiration caused the edges of the penny (not covered in zinc) to inevitably rust.

Numismatic Oddities: The ONE and ONLY coin in the history of U.S. Currency capable of being lifted with a magnet was the 1943 steel penny, sometimes called "the Steelie". In an effort to save copper for war production, the 1943 mint run used a steel penny with a zinc covering. This proved to be wildly unpopular with the general public, as they were often confused with dimes and human perspiration caused the edges of the penny (not covered in zinc) to inevitably rust.

1943-D STEEL WHEAT PENNY Numismatic Oddities: The ONE and ONLY coin in the history of U.S. Currency capable of being lifted with a magnet was the 1943 steel penny, sometimes called "the Steelie".  In an effort to save copper for war production, the 1943 mint run used a steel penny with a zinc covering.  This proved to be wildly unpopular with the general public, as they were often confused with dimes and human perspiration caused the edges of the penny (not covered in zinc) to inevitably…

1943-D STEEL WHEAT PENNY Numismatic Oddities: The ONE and ONLY coin in the history of U.S. Currency capable of being lifted with a magnet was the 1943 steel penny, sometimes called "the Steelie". In an effort to save copper for war production, the 1943 mint run used a steel penny with a zinc covering. This proved to be wildly unpopular with the general public, as they were often confused with dimes and human perspiration caused the edges of the penny (not covered in zinc) to inevitably…

stainless steel penny tile backsplash. Love it.  Would look good with a dot in a color.

stainless steel penny tile backsplash. Love it. Would look good with a dot in a color.

Cotton + Steel Penny Arcade Charm Pack

Cotton + Steel Penny Arcade Charm Pack

Cotton + Steel Penny Arcade Charm Pack by Kimberly Kight for RJR Fabrics Contains squares.

Product of the Week: Stainless Steel Penny Rounds | MEROLA TILE

Product of the Week: Stainless Steel Penny Rounds

Product of the Week: Stainless Steel Penny Rounds | MEROLA TILE

Cotton + Steel Penny Arcade - x dot pink - fat quarter

Cotton + Steel Penny Arcade - x dot pink - fat quarter

X Dot in Pink designed by Kim Kight for Cotton + Steel as part of the Penny Arcade collection

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