8 Rarest Pennies in the United States

1793 Chain Cent: This is the first penny minted by the United States Mint. Only a few hundred are known to exist, making them extremely rare and valuable. 

During World War II, pennies were minted from steel to conserve copper for the war effort. However, a few copper pennies were accidentally struck that year, making them extremely rare and valuable. 

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– In 1944, some pennies were mistakenly struck on steel planchets intended for the 1943 pennies, making them rare and sought after by collectors. – 

This penny exhibits a noticeable doubling of the lettering and date on the obverse side. It's one of the most famous error coins in U.S. numismatics. 

This penny features the initials "VDB" on the reverse side, representing the designer Victor David Brenner. The "S" mintmark indicates it was minted in San Francisco, making it highly sought after by collectors. 

– This penny is rare due to its low mintage and historical significance. It's highly valued by collectors, especially in higher grades. – 

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