This is where we’re talking about all U.S. coins that can still be found in circulation — and their values. If you haven’t checked your spare change recently for collectible coins that are rare & valuable… you should! See which pennies, nickels, dimes, half-dollars, and dollar coins you should be keeping and not spending — because they’re worth more than face value. Collecting coins from circulation (spare change, coin rolls from the bank, etc.) is a fun and budget-friendly way to build a coin collection!
All 1976 pennies are worth more than face value. Even the well-worn ones that you’ve found in spare change are worth AT LEAST 2 cents each! See how much your 1976 pennies are worth here — everything you need to know about Bicentennial 1976 pennies.
If you want to save coins that are worth more than face value, then save all of your 1975 pennies. They’re worth AT LEAST 2x face value… up to $9,000 apiece! Find out how much your 1975 penny is worth here.
The GOOD news is all 1966 pennies are worth more than face value — so you should not spend them. The GREAT news is some 1966 pennies are worth thousands of dollars! Find out how much your 1966 penny is worth here.
Are you collecting dimes? Here’s all about U.S. dimes — their importance in the coin collecting world, why more people don’t collect them, and how you can benefit from the current state of affairs for the 10-cent coin!