Charles E. Barber was a noted coin designer who gained widespread recognition for his depictions of Liberty on many of the coins. His Liberty Head designs for the dime, quarter and half dollar were so popular that they were usually called Barber coins rather than Liberty Head coins! However, the Barber nickel was usually called a Liberty Head nickel instead. Barber coins were struck from 1892 to 1916. See the value of Barber coins and Liberty Head nickels in this helpful Barber Coins Guide.
Have you gotten into collecting nickels? You probably have nickels worth more than face value in your pocket change or coin jar right now. Here’s a list of the most valuable nickels to save, not spend. Plus we're sharing cool facts about nickels like what happens to them when they're tossed into a fountain.
Got old coins? They’re still easy to find in your pocket change. What’s an old coin’s value today? I’ll show you how to find the value of old coins that you have — just use this comprehensive list for coins made between 1900 and 2000.
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.
Coin rolls are used mostly by banks and retailers, but they’re treasure troves for coin collectors! Here’s how many coins come in a roll (by denomination). Plus some tips for rolling coins yourself and searching for valuable coins in rolls.
Some 1943 coins are worth hundreds, even thousands of dollars? Find out why and see if you have valuable, rare coins from the World War II era.
Modern coins are great for collectors who like cool designs and cheap options. Here are tips on collecting modern coins plus how and where you’ll find them.
Want the easiest way to find old coins? Here are 5 proven ways to increase your odds of finding old valuable coins without buying them from a coin dealer!
The ultimate guide of which pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars & dollar coins to save, not spend! Which coins in your coin jar are worth money?
You probably have nickels worth more than face value in your pocket change or coin jar right now. Here’s a list of the most valuable nickels to save, not spend.
Wondering if you have any rare nickels? Here’s a list of the top 25 most valuable nickels and their current value.
Have you ever wondered what happens to coins that are tossed into a fountain? I have, too – and I found out the answer, which I reveal here. Make a wish, and read on!
Ever thought of fake coins as worthy of your time? Many counterfeit coins are gaining a spot in some numismatists’ coin collections. Find out why here.
Three of the most popular coin sets for beginning coin collectors are: Lincoln Cents, Jefferson Nickels, and the 50 State Quarters. See why…
Got any old nickels in your possession? Check out the 1965, 1985, and 2005 historical values of Jefferson nickels.
Have some old Buffalo nickels in your possession? Wondering what they’re worth? Check out the 1965, 1985, and 2005 historic values of Buffalo nickels.
Looking to lessen your coin collecting budget? Try your hand at completing these 7 coin sets for less than $10 each.
Find out about the no-cents Liberty ‘V’ nickel — often called the Racketeer nickel. This 1883 coin has quite a story to tell.
Is this is a nickel error or simply post mint damage? Find out the answer!
What’s the difference between being a coin collector and a coin hoarder?
Tough economic times? Don’t give up coin collecting to save money. Just try these budgeting tips!
Here are the 5 categories of valuable coins you should be looking for.
Collect coins and wonder what PMD is?
Check out some of the odd ways I have found some interesting coins. This may inspire you to find coins in some of the most unique of ways, too!
The 1950 proof set was the first proof set made by the U.S. Mint since 1942. Featuring silver coins and the now-obsolete Lincoln wheat cent, the 1950 proof set is a popular coin set among coin collectors.
Jefferson nickels are one of the oldest coin circulating today — and they’re among the easiest and cheapest coins to collect. Believe it or not, it’s still possible (with a bit of luck) to actually complete a set of Jefferson nickels right from pocket change!