Even if you’re not into coin collecting, here’s a list of rare pennies you should hold onto. One of the most popular is the 1943 wheat penny. Other rare pennies on this list include the 1792 penny, 1793 penny, 1844 penny, 1856 penny, 1877 penny, 1909 penny, 1924 penny, 1936 penny, 1943 penny, 1955 penny, 1974 penny, and other silver pennies. I’ve also included some tips to help you find out the value of your pennies.
Rare U.S. Coins
Someone found a 1982 copper penny worth $18,800 — and you could too! Here’s everything you want to know about the 1982 D penny – and how to find a 1982 small date penny. See what you should be looking for.
Want to know what your 1990 penny is worth? Maybe you’ve got 1990 pennies with no letter (no mintmark) and you’re curious if you have the rare, valuable 1990 No S penny. I’m going to help you figure out whether or not you have the rare 1990 penny worth thousands of dollars, and I’ll also […]
Do you have any old dimes? Do you happen to have a 1975 Roosevelt dime without a mintmark? (So there’s no tiny “S” or tiny “P” on your 1975 dime?) See what makes this rare dime valuable and how you can find similar rare dimes.
You could have the rare Jefferson nickel worth $10,000! Here’s what to look for, plus a list of other rare nickels and current Jefferson nickel values.
Have you heard about the rare 1943 penny worth 6 figures in the news? It’s true, you can find these pennies in everyday pocket change! Here’s how to tell if you have one, how to find it (and other rare pennies), and how to spot a fake 1943 copper penny.
See what the rare $35,000 quarter looks like! Here’s the scoop on the rare 1970 quarter, plus info on other rare quarters you can find in pocket change and what they’re worth.
Yes, it’s definitely possible to find rare coins in your pocket change. Here is a list of coins you should be looking for, how to find them, and how earn real cash!
What’s a better-date coin? Are better date coins rare coins? Examples of better date coins + A list of coins that are most frequently labeled as better dates
Find out why the values of some rare U.S. coins go down – and what it means for coin collectors and investors.
You probably know about the 1943 steel cent. But, what about the 1944 steel cent? Or the 1943 copper penny? How much are these rare U.S. coins worth? A pretty penny indeed!
In my 20-plus years of coin collecting, I’ve learned a lot about buying rare coins, including the 5 important lessons shared here.
There are dozens of Lincoln cents available for coin enthusiasts to collect. Here are just some of the Lincoln pennies worth collecting – and their values.
The 1909-S VDB is perhaps the most popular rare penny, but it is, believe it or not, far from being the rarest one-cent coin! See which one cent coin is the rarest.
The 1955 poor man’s doubled die penny actually isn’t a doubled die penny at all – find out the story behind this popular coin and how to tell the difference between a poor man’s coin and the real thing.
One of the most rare and well-known coins in all of U.S. history is the 1933 Saint Gaudens Double Eagle — a $20 gold coin that, by several accounts, shouldn’t even be in existance.
Collecting old Lincoln cents from pocket change is still possible and a fun way to build a coin collection!
The trime is a silver 3-cent coin made from 1851 through 1873.
Check out 5 Lincoln wheat penny error coins that are always popular among coin collectors.
The small cent was first minted in 1856 and includes a number of designs and rare dates that’ll make any coin collector eager to collect this dynamic denomination.
The Bust dime was the first dime ever to be officially made in the United States in a mass scale for circulation. Today, the dime remains an important player in commerce.
Handling an estate collection of coins can be a difficult task, but these 5 tips may help make that daunting task much easier.
The Bust quarter was made from 1796 through 1838 and was the first design ever used on the United States quarter.
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