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.
Benjamin Franklin designed the first U.S. penny in 1787 (called a Fugio cent). The U.S. Mint started producing pennies in 1793 with Large cents (1793-1857), followed by Flying Eagle cents (1856-1858), Indian Head cents (1859-1909), and Lincoln cents (1909-present). One of the most popular pennies among collectors is a Lincoln cent design: the Lincoln Wheat penny (1909-1958). Here, experienced coin collectors are sharing fun ways to collect pennies, how to grade pennies to determine their condition & value, which pennies are the rarest & most valuable, and how much U.S. pennies are worth (by year).
Check your change for 1984 pennies! A 1984 penny can be worth a lot of money — especially if it’s the rare 1984 doubled die penny. Here’s what to look for, how to spot the 1984 penny error, and how much your 1984 pennies are worth.
Have a 1981 penny? Looking for the current 1981 penny value? See if any of your 1981 pennies are rare & what they’re worth. Here’s the ultimate guide to 1981 pennies – including how many were made.
Have a 1972 penny? Wondering if you’ve got the rare 1972 double die penny? Here’s how to find out if any of your 1972 pennies are rare and what they’re worth. We’ve got the ultimate guide to 1972 pennies, including how many were made and how likely you are to find them in your pocket change.
Want to know what a 1971 penny is worth? Here’s a ton of cool info about 1971 pennies – including how many were made, and the scoop on the rare 1971 doubled die penny.
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.
Some 1970 pennies are valuable. Here’s why they’re worth so much, especially the 1970-S penny! See the 1970 penny value today, including the 1970-D penny as well.
Have some 1959 pennies and want to see what they’re worth? Here’s the current 1959 penny value, how many were made, and why you should keep these old pennies!
Have a 1941 penny and want to find out more about it? We’ve got all the info about 1941 pennies, including how many were made and their values, right here!
Have you found a 2009 penny with a special design on the tails side? Wondering what the 2009 penny value is today? Here’s everything you want to know about the 2009 Lincoln penny, what it’s worth, and some 2009 Lincoln penny errors to look for.
Have any 1931 pennies? Looking for the 1931 penny value? See what your 1931 pennies are worth, how many were made, and why the 1931-S penny is so valuable.
Want to know about the 2017 penny value? Do you know why some 2017 pennies have an unusual P mintmark from the Philadelphia Mint? Here’s the reason why… and what the 2017 penny is worth if you have one.
The 1982 penny symbolizes when the U.S. Mint stopped making copper pennies and started making copper-plated zinc pennies. Here are the 7 types of 1982 pennies you can collect — and what they’re worth.
See the 1944 penny value. Do you have a 1944 penny silver in color? Find out here if it’s worth just a few cents, or if you’ve got a rare 1944 steel penny worth $100,000!
Have a 1943 penny? Want to see if you’ve hit the big bucks? Here’s how to tell common 1943 pennies from the rare ones. Plus info on what they’re worth.
Have a 1922 penny? Curious what it’s worth? Here’s everything you want to know about 1922 pennies, including the rare & valuable 1922 plain penny and how to tell if you have one.
Curious what a 1955 penny is worth? Here’s info on 1955 penny values plus cool facts on the rare 1955 doubled die penny and how doubled die coins are made.
Curious what your 1969 penny is worth? Here’s the info you’re looking for about 1969 penny values plus cool facts about rare 1969-S doubled die pennies!
What is the value of a 1914 penny? You might be shocked to find out that some 1914 pennies, like 1914-D cents, are worth hundreds of dollars… or more!
Curious what your 1909 penny is worth? Here’s the info you’re looking for about 1909 penny values plus interesting facts about rare 1909 VDB pennies!
Do you realize that you can collect coins for face value or less — even free? You can. I’ve been doing it for years. Here are 8 easy, fun (and legal) ways to find coins for virtually nothing!
There’s never been a better time to begin coin collecting as a hobby. I’ve been collecting coins since 1992, and I’m going to share with you the reasons I think you’ll enjoy it too.
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.
Collecting pennies is fun! Here are 9 interesting ways to build penny collections that you probably haven’t thought of. Plus the latest penny values.