A List Of More Than 100 U.S. Error Coins By Denomination – see all of the pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollar coins with errors you should be looking for!
Cleaned coins are damaged coins. So are bent coins, corroded coins, scratched coins, and coins with bumps, nicks, gouges, or holes in them. Anything that happened to the coin after it left the US Mint is 'damage.' On the other hand, if the damage happened to the coin before it left the Mint, then it's called an error coin. Damaged coins are not worth much -- if anything at all. See how to submit damaged coins to the US Mint and damaged bills to the US Bureau of Labor & Engraving. You'll make easy money from all of the damaged U.S. currency you have! Here, our coin experts will show you the differences between damaged coins, error coins, and problem-free coins.
How to tell if you have a rare Buffalo nickel with an error or variety! A list of the most valuable Buffalo nickel errors – including the rare 1936 and 1937 3 legged buffalo nickels. See the current Buffalo nickel value for all errors and varieties.
Found a coin with an odd marking on it? It might be a counterstamp! This article will tell you what counterstamped coins are, why they exist, and how much they’re worth.
Find a coin with a straight edge or a crescent-shaped edge? It may be a clipped planchet error coin that was mis-cut at the Mint! See the 4 types of clipped planchet error coins, how they’re made, and how much they’re worth.
Find coins with bubbles in them? Want to know if they’re just damaged or real error coins worth a lot of money? Here’s how to tell & how much they’re worth.
Find out here if your quarter without ridges is a valuable quarter error or not. Plus, smooth edge quarter values for all broadstrike error quarters dated 1964 and newer.
What is an error penny — and how much are error pennies worth? Our penny error list shows you which penny errors to look for, common & rare error pennies, unique pennies that look like errors but are not, and how much they’re all worth!
All about coin rim errors and coin edge errors – how to spot them, how much they’re worth, the most valuable types of rim errors on coins, how to tell rim errors from rim damage
Do you know how to tell if a coin is an error? Use this Coin Error Guide to see a list of features you should be looking for when you’re trying to find valuable U.S. error coins.
Your weird looking coins might be error coins! Here’s how to tell what’s a legit error coin from the U.S. Mint (like the rare 1990 penny, valuable doubled die coins, and bubbled coins) and what’s an altered coins or novelty coin (like two-headed coins, colorized coins, gold-plated coins, really small coins, really large coins, coins with odd rims and edges, dimes & quarters without edge grooves). Plus a list of some of the most common U.S. coin errors that you could actually find in your pocket change!