Coin Values

Most Valuable Coins By Denomination – Want to know the real value of your coins? You’ve come to the right place! Here, our coin experts are sharing current coin values for common coins and rare coins — including wheat pennies, Indian head pennies, state quarters, silver coins, gold coins, bicentennial coins, commemorative coins, and much more. See the most valuable U.S. pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollar coins.

U.S. 2-Cent & 3-Cent Coin Values: See How Much Two-Cent Pieces (1864-1873) And Three-Cent Pieces (1851-1889) Are Worth

Did you know that the U.S. had a 2-cent coin? Yes, from 1864 to 1873 the United States had a coin with a denomination of two cents. There was a 3-cent coin, too — with a denomination of three cents from 1851 to 1889. Interestingly, some 3-cent pieces are silver, while others are made of a nickel composition (those are sometimes called 3-cent nickels). Here are little-known facts about 2-cent and 3-cent coins… and how much they’re worth today.

Little-Known Facts About U.S. Buffalo Nickels And How Much They’re Worth

The buffalo nickel is technically known as ‘the five-cent Indian head’ coin. It’s also referred to as the bison nickel or Indian nickel due to the Indian on the front. Here are more fun facts about buffalo head nickels, and how to determine the value of a buffalo nickel or Indian head nickel.