There's a 1965 quarter with no mint mark worth $7,000 because it was made on the wrong metal (silver instead of copper-nickel clad). Here's how to identify a 1965 silver quarter yourself.
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Coin Roll Hunting 101: My Experience Buying Bank Rolls Of Coins At Face Value To Find Valuable Coins (Plus, A List Of Coins You’re Most Likely To Find In Coin Rolls)
I like to buy rolls of coins from the bank, then see how many valuable coins I can find in each roll. It's called coin roll hunting. (Yes it's a thing.) See the coins I've obtained for face value - simply by buying bank rolls. Also, a list of coins you should be looking for in bank rolls - by denomination.
You can find lots of old coins worth money in your pocket change! See how much these 5 types of old coins are worth. Plus tips on how to find them.
Wondering how much is a 1936 penny worth? This 1936 Penny Guide contains everything you want to know about 1936 wheat pennies -- the current 1936 penny value, the most valuable 1936 Lincoln cents you should be looking for, and rare 1936 wheat penny errors that you can find in circulation!
How much is a 1966 quarter worth? Some 1966 quarters are worth more than face value... as much as $11,000! Find out how much your 1966 quarter is worth here. And how to identify a 1966 silver quarter.
You probably have some valuable pennies in your loose change! Here's an awesome cheat sheet showing the rare pennies you should be looking for. These 43 pennies found in circulation are worth 1 dollar or more... each! I've collected pennies since I was a kid, and I've put together a list of the best places to find rare pennies worth money.
2011 Nickel Value - Yes, there are some valuable 2011 nickels worth thousands of dollars. I'm going to explain which 2011 nickels you should be looking for -- and why they're worth so much money.
I'm a fan of the 2023 nickel and of Jefferson nickels in general. The smaller number of collectors chasing them means less competition AND more affordable prices for the scarce ones! Find the current value of a 2023 nickel here.