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Are you looking for a truly qualified professional? Ask your dealer if he or she is state-licensed in personal property appraisal. We are currently the ONLY one in Westchester County to...

  1. Graduate from the A.N.A. Institute with multi-year certificates in Coin Business, Detection of Counterfeit and Altered Coins, and Grading Parts I and II;
  2.  Comply with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) code; and
  3. Meet IRS Qualifications for IRS Form 8283, Noncash Charitable Contributions. 

Congrats to Marc on being awarded his 25-year A.N.A. member medal and life membership!

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Questions and Answers

Q. Hi, is it true that a single 1943 penny is worth many thousands of dollars? I found one. Am I rich now?

Asked by Craig on Mar 8, 2018

This is possibly the most common question we get asked. Your 1943 cent (Britain has pennies, not us!) is worth a cent. The confusion arises from the fact that these cents were made out of zinc-coated steel. While there are a few copper 1943 cents (and a few steel 1944's) out there, I'm confident you don't have one. You'll know because you can lift your steel cent with a magnet. If it were copper, it would not do that. And even if by some miracle you a bronze 1943 cent, and it was worth $100,000, you would not be rich. You would have enough money to buy a nice car.


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