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!
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!
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!