All 1956 nickels are worth more than face value. In fact, some 1956 nickel values exceed $9,000! Find out how much your 1956 nickel is worth here.
A scarce and rare coin will sell for considerably more than a common coin. Some rare coins are error coins. Others are just old and/or they have low mintage numbers. See a list of rare coins you can actually still find in circulation -- rare pennies, rare nickels, rare dimes, rare half-dollars, and rare dollar coins. You'll find a lot of rare pennies mentioned here with their current values. Plus the rarest coins from popular coin series -- like 50 States quarters. If a U.S. coin is scarce or rare, we're talking about it here!
1955 nickels are scarcer than other Jefferson nickels — which have been made for circulation since 1938. There’s even a rare and valuable 1955 error nickel that’s definitely worth looking for — plus 4 other types of 1955 nickel errors that you can find among nickels in circulation! Here are the current values and unique features you should be looking for on your 1955 nickels.
Why are 1979 dollar coins so popular? Find out here! See how much your 1979 Susan B Anthony dollars are worth + Which 1979 one dollar coins are the rarest and most valuable!
See exactly which markings you should be looking for on 1954 nickels if you want to find the most valuable ones! Plus, a list of rare 1954 nickel errors that you will have the best chance of finding in spare change. And see how much your 1954 nickel is worth today.
See how much your 1947 nickel is worth (Hint: more than face value). Also, which rare 1947 nickel errors are worth looking for (and how to spot them). Plus, 3 tips for finding valuable 1947 nickels in loose change!
See exactly what details you should be looking for on your 1953 nickels to determine if you have a “regular” nickel or a rare one. Plus a list of 1953 nickel values (hint: your 1953 nickel is worth at least twice face value!) and a list of rare and valuable 1953 nickel errors.
All 1949 nickels are worth AT LEAST 2x to 3x their face value. See how much your 1949 nickel is worth here!
You should definitely hold onto all 1952 nickels that you find. They’re worth AT LEAST twice their face value! In fact, some 1952 Jefferson nickels are worth a whole lot more than that — as much as $10,000 or more. See how much your 1952 nickel is worth here!
If you have a 1948 nickel, hold onto it! It’s worth 2 to 4 times more than face value… at least. See how much your 1948 nickels are worth here.
All 1946 nickels are worth more than face value. They should definitely be on your “keep and don’t spend” list. See the current 1946 nickel value, plus valuable 1946 error nickels to look for!
Have a 1945-P nickel, a 1945-D nickel, or a 1945-S nickel? Find out how much it’s worth here. Plus, how to tell if you have a valuable 1945 error nickel!
If you’ve found a 1944 Jefferson nickel, you’re in luck. These old nickels are made from silver and worth more than face value. Some 1944 nickels are worth hundreds, even thousands of dollars! See how much yours is worth here.
Jefferson nickels with Full Steps details are relatively scarce — and they’re quite valuable! See exactly what Full Steps nickels are, how much they’re worth, whether they’re rare or not, how to find Full Steps Jefferson nickels for cheap, and tips for collecting them.
How much is a 1943 nickel worth? All 1943 nickels are worth more than face value — because they’re made from silver! See exactly how much a 1943-P nickel, 1943-D nickel, and 1943-S nickel are worth today. Plus, a list of 1943 nickel errors to look for.
How rare and valuable are 1941 Jefferson nickels? Which features do the most valuable 1941 nickels have? You’ll find all of the answers to your 1941 nickel questions right here!
1940 Nickel Value – Have a 1940 Jefferson nickel and want to know how much it’s worth? See the value of a 1940 nickel with no mint mark, a 1940-S nickel, and a 1940-D nickel here!
The U.S. Mint was striking Buffalo nickels until October 3, 1938 — when the first Jefferson nickel was produced. Here’s how to tell what your 1938 nickel is worth, and how to determine if you have a rare 1938 nickel or not. The Ultimate 1938 Nickel Value Guide.
Some 1942 nickels are made from silver — but not all of them. See why (the story behind 1942 silver war nickels) + How to tell if a 1942 nickel is silver + The value of all 1942 nickels
In early 2000, special Lincoln pennies were included inside 10 million boxes of Cheerios cereal. Many of the Cheerios pennies feature a “Wide AM” reverse that is quite scarce! See how much these special 2000 Wide AM pennies are worth + how much a “regular” 2000 Cheerios penny is worth.
Have you ever seen a special Cheerios dollar coin? Cheerios dollars are known as pattern coins — they’re rare and valuable!
Here are the answers to your questions about 1951 nickels, including: Are 1951 nickels rare? What are the 4 types of 1951 Jefferson nickels? How much are 1951 nickels worth? What’s the easiest way to find valuable nickels?
1950 Nickel Value – See why the 1950-D nickel is so rare and worth up to $17,000. Plus, valuable mistakes to look for on your 1950 nickels!
Do you have a 1939 nickel with no mint mark? What about a 1939-D nickel, or a 1939-S nickel? See how much these Jefferson nickels, and other 1939 nickel errors are worth!
In this article you will find (1) A complete list of U.S. coins made of silver by denomination. (2) A list of the most valuable silver coins by denomination. (3) The dates that the metal composition changed for each U.S. coin denomination throughout the years. Everything you want to know about silver nickels, silver dimes, silver quarters, silver half dollars, silver dollars, and even silver pennies!
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!
The complete guide to Susan B. Anthony dollar coin errors and varieties — and how much they’re worth. A list of 13 rare & valuable Susan B. Anthony dollar errors and varieties you should be looking for!
A list of Eisenhower dollar errors and varieties that are worth a lot of money! FIRST… 7 rare and valuable Eisenhower dollar coin varieties worth $1 to $100 apiece (including the Friendly Eagle Dollar, the Peg Leg Dollar, 3 types of 1972 Eisenhower dollars, and 2 types of 1976 Bicentennial dollars). PLUS… 7 unique Eisenhower dollar coin errors that are worth $30 to several thousand dollars apiece! See exactly what you should be looking for on your Eisenhower dollar coins.
There are lots of Jefferson Nickel errors and varieties that are worth a lot of money. Many are quite rare too! Here’s a list of the most valuable Jefferson nickel errors and varieties — along with their values and tips for finding these rare coins in your loose change!
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.
The Bugs Bunny half dollar is one of the most popular Franklin half dollar error coins. It’s quite valuable too! Here’s what to look for + How much these error coins are worth.
Some Kennedy half dollars don’t contain the letters “FG” on the coin. See why and where the letters are supposed to be on a Kennedy half dollar. Actually no FG half dollar error coins are quite valuable! See how much Kennedy no FG half dollars are worth.
All about the 1965 silver dime that’s worth thousands! How to tell a rare 1965 dime error from a common 1965 dime. And the value of common & rare 1965 dimes
Do any dollar coins have errors? YES! Here are the most valuable errors found to date on Thomas Jefferson dollar coins and how much these rare dollar coin errors are worth:
Did you know the 1909-S Indian Head penny is rare? Find out how much this Indian Head cent is worth today — and why it’s so rare and valuable!
Find a 1970 dime with no mint mark? Find out here if it’s the rare and value 1970 dime error worth big bucks! Some 1970 dimes are worth hundreds, even thousands of dollars! Here’s why and what you should be looking for on these rare and valuable error coins.
Want to know how much your 1877 Indian Head penny is worth? Here are answers to your 1877 penny questions, values for this rare coin, info about 1877 replica pennies, and tips to avoid fakes.
The 1983 dime error is one of the most sought-after rare United States error coins struck in the 1980s — and it has kept collectors on their toes for years! The fact is some 1983 Roosevelt dimes are missing a major detail, making these error coins worth AT LEAST $500… up to $5,000 or more! Here’s what you should be looking for on your 1983 dimes.
Wondering what your 2007 John Adams dollar coin is worth? If you’ve got one with an error or variety, it’s worth much more than face value! Find out if you have a rare 2007 John Adams dollar coin and how much it’s worth here.
The terms “scarce” and “rare” can be confusing when understanding coin rarity. This article clears up the confusion between scarce U.S. coins vs. rare U.S. coins — with examples and coin rarity charts. Rare vs. scarce coins are explained in detail. You will see the major differences between rare U.S. coins and scarce U.S. coins – with examples and coin rarity charts.
Did you know that a 2020-W quarter is a rare coin? Only a few 2020-W quarters were made and released into circulation… so be sure to check your pocket change! That’s right, none were included in coin sets. If you happen to be lucky enough to find one, you can see here how much your 2020-W quarter is worth. Plus, 3 tips to increase your odds of finding a rare 2020-W quarter in your spare change!
Here’s how to tell a large vs. small date penny (similarities and differences). Plus, see the value of a 1982 small date penny, 1970 small date penny, 1960 small date penny — and large date pennies for those same years, too!
The ultimate list of U.S. pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars & dollar coins you should be saving, and not spending. See which coins in your spare change jar are worth money! (Any that are NOT listed here are simply worth face value.)
What are error coins? How much are coin mistakes worth? See all of the error coins that can be found in your pocket change – common coin mistakes are currently in circulation! I’ll show you what to look for in your spare change. Plus a list of rare mint error coins that are harder to find but worth a lot of money!
Machine Doubling vs. Double Die Coins – I can help you determine whether your coin has machine doubling or is a doubled die. See the differences between these types of error coins, examples of machine doubling vs. doubled dies, and how much these error coins are worth.
Stuck indoors? Here are lots of fun things to do with coins to make the time fly by quickly! Even if you don’t have a coin collection and haven’t considered collecting coins in the past, these are ways to have fun with coins THAT YOU ALREADY HAVE while you’re stuck inside bored.
What is a die clash on a coin? Die clashes are a type of error coin resulting when two coin dies come strike each other without a coin between them. Coins with post-mint damage can sometimes be confused for die clash error coins. See the difference between die clash coins and PMD coins… and how much die clashes are worth.
Think you have some rare penny dates in your coin collection? Here are 23 of the most valuable rare Lincoln Memorial penny key dates you should be looking for — and how much they’re worth.
U.S. coin errors and varieties can be confusing to tell apart. How are variety coins and error coins different? Why does it matter? What are these unusual coins worth? Here’s everything you need to know about errors and varieties in coin collecting.
Find out here if you have a 2000 South Carolina quarter error coin! A list of 5 different South Carolina quarter errors to look for in your pocket change — plus, the current value of South Carolina error quarters.
Have a blank coin with no heads and no tails? Here’s what blank planchet error coins are worth, how they’re made, and why these coins are so valuable.