Many gold coins minted in the U.S during the second half of the 19th century and into the first decades of the 20th century have values which have long fluctuated with the prevailing gold prices. The best time to buy a gold coin is usually when gold prices are lower. The best time to sell is when gold coin are higher. The value of your gold coins will be largely dependent upon the current price of gold. Here’s more.
Want to know the 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, and much more. See the most valuable U.S. pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollar coins.
Everything you want to know about American Buffalo gold bullion coins. This is a 24k gold coin that is quite valuable. See how much a Buffalo gold coin is worth today.
Ironically, silver nickels have no nickel in them… just silver. So most Jefferson war nickels are worth their ‘spot value’ — that is, the amount of money the metal inside the coin is worth. Here’s how to check current silver prices and find out how much your silver war nickels from 1942 to 1945 are worth.
Some novelty coins were made to commemorate or celebrate something, however, they were not made by the U.S. mint — so they are not actually true commemorative coins. Two examples are the Lincoln-JFK penny and the Liberty Bell penny. Here’s more info about each, including what they’re worth.
Have a coin set or completed coin folder and want to know how much it’s worth? Here’s how to tell the value of your completed coin sets and coin folders…
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.
The one cent penny is not the lowest denomination of coins in the United States. It’s actually the half cent or half penny. Here’s the scoop… and what they’re worth.
Do you have a gold coin? Want to know what it’s worth? Here’s how to find the value of the Quarter Eagle coin (which is a $2.50 gold coin), the Half Eagle coin (which is a $5 gold coin), the Plain Eagle coin (which is a $10 gold coin), and the Double Eagle coin (which is a $20 gold coin).
Little-known facts about mercury dimes and what the mercury dime is worth these days.
The Shield Nickel was our first 5 cent nickel in the United States. It features the number 5 on the reverse with stars surrounding it.
In 1883, the US Mint started production of the Liberty Head nickel, more commonly called the V nickel — due to the Roman numeral V on the reverse. Here’s what you need to know to find the value of your Liberty nickels…
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.
Do you know how to tell a war nickel from a regular Jefferson nickel? I’ll show you – it’s simple! Plus, see what Jefferson nickels are worth today… including war nickels.
Have a question about silver quarters? Here’s the history of how the Washington quarter came to be, and prices for Washington quarters these days.
The flying eagle cent is one of my favorite coins. I own 8 flying eagle pennies. Here are some little-known fatcs about the flying eagle penny…
A lot of people have been asking questions and wanting to know the value of their wheat back pennies, which collectors call ‘wheaties’. Here is the run-down on wheat pennies…
Very few wheaties — wheat back pennies — have much value, however a variety of the 1922 happens to be one that does. Here’s how to determine if your 1922 penny is worth 4 cents or 400 dollars.