If you have any 1963 pennies, be sure to save them. You don’t want to spend them because they’re worth 2x face value. Some are even worth $40,000!
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Have you played Spicy UNO yet? It’s a clever UNO card game variation that’s great to play with lots of people. Spicy UNO rules are similar to regular UNO game rules, with a few (really fun!) twists. Here’s how to play Spicy UNO at your next game night.
Have any 1961 pennies? They’re worth more than face value — so you should hold onto them and not spend them! See how much your 1961 penny is worth here + A list of rare 1961 penny errors to look for.
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!
All 1959 nickels are worth holding onto — rather than spending them. See why. All 1959 nickel values + Rare 1959 error nickels you’ll want to look for in your spare change.
Have a 1958 nickel? Want to know how much it’s worth? This 1958 Nickel Guide includes prices for 1958 no mintmark nickels, 1958-D nickels, and error nickels!
1957 Jefferson nickels are valuable — some fetch over $7,000. See how much your 1957 nickel is worth here. Plus rare 1957 nickel errors to look for!
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.
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!