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1943 bronze? Is this the real thingšŸ¤Æ
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Are you saying you found more than one? You have a 43s and a 43 in the pictures. Are you saying you happened to find both of these? And looking at the pictures it looks like possible 3 different coins. There appears to the two 43Ā and the 43s.Ā 

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Attached is a picture of the real thing from GREYSHEET

https://www.greysheet.com/news/story/the-mystique-of-the-1943-bronze-cent-spans-time

According to population reports, the total number of 1943 bronze cents from all three domestic United States Mint facilities operating during the time number approximately 20. There are 10 to 12 known specimens from the Philadelphia Mint, six from the San Francisco Mint, and single-known example from the Denver Mint.Ā 

I'm Skeptical, Your appears way too light compared to the actual coin.

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Correction: "You found a counterfeit coin in change yesterday."

No value except to have been exposed to the depth of human deceit, dishonesty and lies.

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12 hours ago, RWB said:

Correction: "You found a counterfeit coin in change yesterday."

No value except to have been exposed to the depth of human deceit, dishonesty and lies.

It looks like it may have been a 1948 at one time down the road.

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