1944 One Cent

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1944 One Cent

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Value on this 1944 one cent ? Thank you!
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Re: 1944 One Cent

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A few cents. You can always do an ebay search and click sold auctions to find out what common and ungraded coins sell for.

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Re: 1944 One Cent

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Circulated, dirty, not high grade (worn details)...3 cents of copper or 1 cent when spent.

Cool factor...this coin was made during WWII. Too many were made to make it valuable, but it nice to hold a piece of history like that in your hand. Some of them - I do not think there is a way to tell, are from melted shell casings sent back from the war front so copper could be saved for the war effort.
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Re: 1944 One Cent

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Thank you!

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