Northwest Territorial Mint 1/10 Troy Oz 1943 War Penny Silver Replica

Item Number: B20002
Product Type:  War Penny
Size: 3/4 inch (19.05mm) Round
Material: 0.1 oz .999 Silver
Price: $5.95
This product is proudly minted in the United States of America

This is a limited quantity item. There is no assurance that once gone it will be available again.

Current available inventory: 57


Northwest Territorial Mint 1/10 Troy Oz 1943 War Penny Silver Replica

Here’s a must-have item for coin collectors and history buffs – a pure silver 1/10 Troy Oz re-creation of the 1943 steel “silver” or “war” penny minted for one year during the Second World War.

Why was the penny minted in steel? The copper diverted from penny production in an era of scrap drives and ration books was enough to meet the combined needs of 2 cruisers, 2 destroyers, 1,243 flying fortresses, 120 field guns and 120 howitzers according to the Department of the Treasury.

Silver War Pennies

Each replica weighs 1/10 Troy Oz, measures 3/4-inch in diameter (just like a 1943 penny), and is solid .999-fine pure silver. Minted in our Dayton, Nevada facility, the obverse of each War Penny Silver Replica features a unique image of Abraham Lincoln few have seen – sculpted by Lincoln penny designer Victor David Brenner prior to the 1909 introduction of his Lincoln head penny. The replica's reverse adapts the wheat reverse used in 1943 and through much of the twentieth century.

And when it comes to pennies, we know what we're doing — our Medallic Art Company division cut the original dies for the first Lincoln penny!

Whether you’re stocking up on silver, looking for a unique gift for a relative who lived through World War II, or a gift of historical value for a child in your life, the Northwest Territorial Mint 1/10 Troy Oz 1943 War Penny Silver Replica is a must-have item that will be appreciated as the years roll by.


Your War Penny Silver Replica will come displayed in a custom-fit snap-lock case.

NOTE: This tribute to the 1943 “silver penny” is the creation of Northwest Territorial Mint, which is not affiliated with the United States Government in any way; nor does the United States Government sponsor or endorse the featured product.