Valuable Pennies Still in Circulation Today

Updated on April 13, 2017

When I began collecting coins, I was only interested in old ones because I thought they were the only ones that were valuable. Once I started researching coins, I discovered that many coins can still be found in circulation today that are worth a lot of money. I was blown away by how much some of these coins are worth. It was unbelievable. Now that I've finished my research, I want to share my results with you. Here is a list of 10 valuable pennies that might be in your pocket change right now.

10 Valuable Pennies You Should Watch Out for Today

Year
Error
Value (approx. and dependent upon coin's condition)
1943
Copper (Struck on wrong planchet)
$10,000+
1955
Doubled Die
$1,000+
1969
Doubled Die
$1,000+
1983
Doubled Die
$250
1984
Doubled Ear
$200
1992
Close AM
$1,000+
1993
Wide AM
$200-$2,000
1998
Wide AM
$5-$70
1999
Wide AM
$100+
2000
Wide AM
$5-$70

What Are Doubled Die Coins?

Doubled die coins have an additional, noticeable, misaligned image on them due to an error during the die hubbing process.

The 1943 copper penny is very valuable. All coins in 1943 were made out of steel because of World War II. A few copper pennies were accidentally produced and a rare coin was born.
The 1943 copper penny is very valuable. All coins in 1943 were made out of steel because of World War II. A few copper pennies were accidentally produced and a rare coin was born. | Source
This is a rare doubled die penny from 1995. You can clearly see the doubling in "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the date.
This is a rare doubled die penny from 1995. You can clearly see the doubling in "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the date. | Source

1955 Doubled Die Penny

This penny has visible doubling on the front of the coin. You can easily see the doubling if you look at the top of it, above Lincoln's head, where it reads, "IN GOD WE TRUST." These pennies are scarce, but there are more out there somewhere. If you are lucky enough to find one, their value can range from $1,000 and up. I have seen them go for $4,000-$5,000.

1943 Copper Penny

In 1943, all copper pennies were made out of steel. The U.S. Mint decided to use steel instead of copper because they needed the copper for military equipment during World War 2. A few known copper coins escaped from the mint. There are only a few known to exist, but it is believed that there may be more out there. These coins can reach values of $10,000 or more!

The 1969-S penny is also a doubled die. You can clearly see it has been stamped twice.
The 1969-S penny is also a doubled die. You can clearly see it has been stamped twice. | Source

1969-S Doubled Die Penny

This is another coin that has distinct doubling on the obverse (front) side of the coin. Once again, look for doubling at the top where "IN GOD WE TRUST" is printed. Even though this coin is very rare, it is still being found today. Its value can reach the thousands.

1983 Doubled Die Penny

The doubling on this penny is found on the reverse (back) side of the coin. If you look closely or compare it to another penny from the same year, you will easily notice this error. Although it is not as valuable as the other pennies above, it still can fetch a price of $250.

1984 Doubled Ear Penny

In 1984, a few pennies escaped the eye of the U.S. Mint with doubling seen on Lincoln's ear. Looking carefully, if you have the right coin, you will clearly see that the ear is doubled. As far as value goes, this penny is worth a few hundred dollars.

Note: A few pennies minted in 1997 also had the same error.

Close AM vs. Wide AM

In the close AM design, the letters "A" and "M" in "AMERICA" on the back of the penny touch, whereas in the wide AM design there is a gap between them.

This shows you the difference between a close AM penny and a wide AM. This is for pennies from the years 1992, 1993, 1998, 1999, and the 2000. Beginning in 1993, all pennies changed from the wide AM design to the close AM design.
This shows you the difference between a close AM penny and a wide AM. This is for pennies from the years 1992, 1993, 1998, 1999, and the 2000. Beginning in 1993, all pennies changed from the wide AM design to the close AM design. | Source

1992 Close AM Penny

Find all of your pennies from 1992 and check their backsides. What you are looking for is the placement of the letters "A" and "M" in the word "AMERICA." In 1993, all pennies switched to the close AM design. Therefore, the pennies from 1992 should have a noticeable space between the "A" and the "M." So if there is no space between the "A" and "M "on the backside of yours, then you have a rare coin worth thousands depending on its condition (prices start near $1000).

1993 Wide AM Penny

In 1993, the penny switched to a close AM design—the two letters actually touch! A few of them managed to slip by with the old, wide AM design. If you can track down one of these rarities, it could be worth anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand depending on its condition.

1998, 1999, and 2000 Wide AM Penny

The '98, '99, and '00 penny should have a closed AM design. However, there are a few that have the wide design. These are the ones you want to find. Those minted in the year 2000 are the most common whereas the ones from 1999 are the rarest. Their values have decreased over time because more are being found, but they still offer good profits. You can get anywhere from $5 to $70 for the 1998 and 2000 pennies depending on their condition. Those from 1999 can reach a value near $100 or more.

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      Robert 

      4 hours ago

      I have a dime that was struck hard that you can see Roosevelt on other side 1984 p

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      Jerry need Value estimate 

      29 hours ago

      1972 penny Cose Am No Fg

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      Savannahmiller 

      2 days ago

      I found a 1969 D penny almost completly. Missing the In God We Trust . It can barelybarely be made out. What is that considered and is it worth anything?

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      Valentine 

      9 days ago

      how do you go by selling your panties I got a 1969 and a 1982

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      Millie Ann Cummings 

      12 days ago

      I have a 1943 steel penny make in world war 2 only made one year trying to found the right buyer also have 1950 1955 all wheat

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      Patricia 

      13 days ago

      I have a 2000 D penny that appears to be stuck 3 times. Both side are backsides. Looking for how much it could possibly be worth..

      Just add comment on here ill look for it

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      geraldine mckinney 

      3 weeks ago

      i have a 1886 indian head penny is it worth anything

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      Clara 

      4 weeks ago

      Have a 2001 penny and the person on it is not Lincoln it a us penny

      Error maybe

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      Gavin 

      4 weeks ago

      i have a 1985 Lincolon penny with no L in liberty. what is it worth?

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      Annie Hang 

      5 weeks ago

      I have couple older penny

      1911, 1917 , 1919 ,1920 , 1934, 1935 ,1936 1937 ,1938, 1939,1940, 1941 ,1942 l want to sales

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      Tiffany 

      5 weeks ago

      I have a 1993 d penny with the Am connecting and it's double die

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      tricia 

      6 weeks ago

      thank you for sharing your knowledge. i would like to ask you a question, please?

      what pennies have the initials "VDB" on it? I have a 1998 D with those initials and it seems to have been stamped over another coin. i thought only 1909 had the "VDB" initials. However, i could be wrong !! thank you

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      Jonny 

      7 weeks ago

      I have a 1 cent from 1984 where the writing "one cent" is the opposite way. Does it have any value?

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      Coin 

      2 months ago

      I found a 1920 penny while coin roll hunting a couple months back and can’t tell if it has a mint mark because the 2 and the 0 are both worn down, 0 almost not visible at all. In the same box, I found a 1947 King George VI Canadian penny. I encourage all coin collectors to do the same. Happy hunting! Good luck!

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      aj 

      2 months ago

      i have a 1943 copper penny it looks great

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      Jiggirl 

      2 months ago

      I have a 1997 lincoln pennie red with a close am in circulation grade very fine. Would it be possible to get a general estimation of approximately what it could go for in auction at this time. I do have pictures I look forward to your email thank you for your time

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      Rio sarmiento 

      2 months ago

      I have a 1970s but im not xure if its a large date or a small date

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      Penny colecter 

      2 months ago

      I smell penies

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      Jovonjacobsbrown@gmail.com 

      2 months ago

      I have a 1960 D and 1968 D pennie is it worth anything

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      Manuel 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1975 roosevelt dime that i am thinking of selling. I also have a 1909 roosevelt penny with VDV at the back. I also have a 1922 penny no mint mark.

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      Quinton 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1992 close AM coin where can I sell it

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      Paul melnick 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1969 s penny that looks like it's double died is it worth anything and how much

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      Tony Morgan 

      3 months ago

      I have a penny that has a missing 3rd number,19 6 and also missing B in LIBERTY, OTHERWISE IN REALLY GREAT SHAPE, besides what looks like a "powder burn if you will" that you can about make out what it should have been. Like to sell or know more about it.

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      Roni Mulkey 

      3 months ago from Marysville California

      I have came across a 2004 close am penny I want to sell it

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      Vincent 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1972 close AM no mint mark penny.

      Im i rich?

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      Michelle mclaughlin 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1980 horseshoe and sham rock pennie. Is it worth keeping

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      Perspycacious 

      3 months ago

      To Jerry's March 14 Writer: The description of the penny makes it a very, very unusual error. Put it in your safe deposit box after you take some clear photos of both sides. Then contact Antique Roadshow for a link to professional coin appraisers, and get in touch with one or more of them for their appraisals and advice.

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      Jeremiah martinez 

      3 months ago

      I have a 1969 s dd penny id like to sell

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      David lowe 

      4 months ago

      I have a 1943 and 1944 steel pennies or can I sell them I have a bunch of wheat pennies

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      Jerry 

      4 months ago

      I have a 1959 Lincoln memorial penny. Lincoln's head is partially filled. The entire reverse is missing .. only a shadow of the memorial with a series of numbers clearly printed all over the back side. Any answers as to what I may have as in type of error and value

      .

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      Lorenzo Funches jr 

      4 months ago

      I got a 1958 wheat penny ddo no

      mint mark

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      Joseph 

      4 months ago

      I have a 1927 wheat penny is worth anything no mint mark with no steel. Pure copper.

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      Tracey 

      4 months ago

      I have a pink penny 2017 d is itworth anything doesnt feel like a regular penny

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      Brian 

      5 months ago

      Fred iy sounds like you have a grease filled die strike. This happens when the die containing the letter,number,etc. Is accidentally filled with grease not allowing the planchet to be pressed properly into its intended die leaving it smooth or partial missing etc. Grease from maintenance,is used to lubricate the die pins or falling feom other greased mechanics causing the error. Dwpending on how many are struck with errrors and how many are put in circulation or how it looks or its location are some things that can deteemine its value .Hopes this helps to understanding it better.

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      Paul 

      5 months ago

      I have 1993 penny with close AM, and FG is Close, how much its worth today?

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      Trav brown 

      5 months ago

      I found a 1978 penny with some sort of clad error, is that common ?

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      Usakindatheart 

      5 months ago

      I have a question the edge of a penny, some edges are wider and other side is real thin. I dont see damage. 1995 d

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      Chris 

      5 months ago

      I have a idaho quater that weight 4.7 gram and it oval shape what that mean. Reeves2522@

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      rich 

      5 months ago

      I have a penny that is missing the "I" the "N" the "U" The "T" in the "IN GOD WE TRUST", and in the 1963 part it's missing the "3"

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      Linda 

      5 months ago

      I have a penny that has two letter and it press in the penny and the back of the penny not right about it how do I just get some one to just look and see what they think

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      b warren 

      6 months ago

      i have a rosevelt dime with a bar thru roosevelts head, it even moved the G in GOD to the left. neat, what can you tell me about it. TY

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      lanskielans 

      6 months ago

      I have a 1992 D bronze wide AM Lincoln penny with double die, is it worth anything?

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      MARIBEL P 

      6 months ago

      I have aluminun lincon penny 2001

      I dont know if this worth more tban a penny

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      Kris 

      6 months ago

      I have one can anybody tell me about it

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      Casey 

      7 months ago

      So what if a 2012 penny has a wide am?

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      Juan V hernandez 

      7 months ago

      I have a 1969 penny couple of errors the r and t are slashed it shows 1269 instead little beat up tho,someone told it's very common is it really,the person that told me got upset cuse I didn't sold it to him,he offered 5 dollars

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      Marites 

      8 months ago

      Hi my 1969 has close AM but I thought 1955 to 1992 had wide am

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      Angela 

      8 months ago

      I am reading some of these comments SMDH...lol. The “man sitting on the log” is Abraham Lincoln! It’s part of a series of reverses from 2009. The letters under the dates are mint marks...some are nicer than others being that older ones were hand punched while newer are stamped with the die. If you are curious about value you can check eBay and look thru their “sold” coins or subscribe to Coin Opp and Couch Collectibles on YouTube. Hope this helps! Happy hunting all!

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      martin 

      8 months ago

      i found a coin and brought it home and looked at it. at first, i thought it was just a penny but i came here and saw the pennies, and frozed.

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      Chris 

      8 months ago

      I have a 1975 D Lincoln cent wide a.m. ....is this worth anything

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      Danny 

      9 months ago

      Can someone please tell me

      is there such thing as a (1993-D penny)Wide *AM*,Double die REVERSE!!"IF SO...THEN CAN U TELL ME WHATS THIS IS WORTH

      MS GRADE...... thanks

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      Virnalie jose caganan 

      9 months ago

      Hi i have a lot of penny here almost 40 pieces of it.message me sir/ maam if you do want to buy mine here.

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      colorado 

      9 months ago

      I have a 1983 pennie with a letter O under the date does anyyone have info about it

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      Jacob 

      9 months ago

      I have a 1996 close AM and I wanted to know if it is worth anything.

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      My name is Cyrus Sandy and I got a world coin collection from my great aunt and error penny and wheat penny collection most of them are on the chart you got above so I wabt too sell trying to get a c 

      9 months ago

      My name is Cyrus Sandy and I got a world coin collection from my great aunt and error penny and wheat penny collection most of them are on the chart you got above so I wabt too sell trying to get a car or trader

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      Bob 

      10 months ago

      I have a 2004 penny appears to be

      Gold in color,compared to the copper pennys, this penny appears to be gold

      I wish i could send pictures

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      Charles 

      10 months ago

      I found a 1950 wheat penny its not copper well it could be alloy. Its not magnetic. It seems to be a little thinner thin a normal wheat penny. Can you please tell me what i have

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      Paul 

      10 months ago

      HI,

      I came across a 1951 wheat penny and there is a single ridge on the edge of it that goes from the front to the back, and it’s directly in line with the “T” in trust. It literally looks like this: l

      Is that normal? Also the L in Liberty looks as if it barely made it onto the coin, so it reads more like “_IBERTY”

      If you have any information I’d appreciate it.

      Reach me at: mykeymookey@aol.com with something about coins in the subject so it doesn’t go to spam.

      Thanks!!

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      Dawn 

      10 months ago

      I also have about 50 2015 pennies with no mint Marks and I know that is the year of the error coin in I believe Denver. Don't know what to do with them.

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      Sheri 

      10 months ago

      I have a 2009d penny.In the back there's a man sitting on a log or and i think theres a bicycle next to him,reading a book and a long handle brush is leaning on the log next to him..Can you tell me anything about this penny

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      joni 

      11 months ago

      i have a 1993 coin the am touches first time on internet is that good

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      Eric ingle 

      11 months ago

      I have a 1995 penny that wasn’t dipped in copper how much is it worth

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      jamey orsborn 

      11 months ago

      i have a 1970 d penny and the words ''states of'' are early visible the beginning letters are missing uribusis all that is there .is it valuable/

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      Fred 

      12 months ago

      I have a 1993 p dime that looks shiny new with the we in “in god we trust” almost completely unreadable also the 3 in 1993 is also almost unreadable. They are not just worn off as the letters and numbers right next to them are crisp and clear. It’s a clean shiny almost new looking coin.

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      billy judd 

      12 months ago

      I have a 1979 double die and another with a double ring

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      billy judd 

      12 months ago

      I have a 2011 zinc penny, now here this, I found a 1997 d penny and next to the 7 is either 4 a 6 or idk, it is not corrosion, it in very top condition, I believe I mught of found a misprint took it to 4 coin dealers and couldnt find anything on it, never seen one before and really didnt want me to leave w it

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      Cin 

      12 months ago

      I came across a lincoln penny 2009 with reverse I just seen for the 1st time. I am new with coin searching, what if any is this coin worth? There is a man sitting on a log reading a book

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      Karen 

      12 months ago

      I have a 1973 penny that has a sketch of JFK 's head

      facing Lincoln's .Have you ever seen or heard of such?

      If so, is it possibly worth some value? Thanks in advance,

      I am.

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      Tina 

      12 months ago

      Found a penny with an inner ring on ...is it valuable?

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      Christi 2007 

      12 months ago

      I have a rare penny 1964 D

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      Remington Danna 

      13 months ago

      I found a 1992 penny no mint mark, missing the 2 in the date, also the entire word TRUST is missing, there also appears to be a line around the back of Lincoln’s head, the rim at the bottom of the coin seems to be thicker than the top left, and the AM in America seems to be a slight bit closer than other 92 pennies that I compare it to. Any help is appreciated.

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      Renee Work 

      13 months ago

      I found a Denver Uncirculated penny. What is it's worth?

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      billy judd 

      13 months ago

      I found a 1978 pennie with the state of oregon on the front with OR inside the outline of the state? Whats it worth

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      rosierios 

      13 months ago

      where can I go here in Tucson to sell my 1992 close AM penny for a good price

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      William Metlow 

      13 months ago

      I think I have a 2006 ddo penny. Can anyone help me

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      Pico 

      14 months ago

      I have all kinds of coins but I’ve never seen so many grammatical errors. Learn the language or get the f*** out!

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      Nlilnikki1283 

      14 months ago

      I have a penny that is dated 1995 with a mint mark D that is got a edge on one side but not on the other what is it worth

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      Joseph Slater 

      14 months ago

      I have a miss stamped penny ! I would like to know what its worth.

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      Renato 

      14 months ago

      I have 1992 penny CLOSE AM how much value if I sale if

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      Olga 

      14 months ago

      I have a 1969 s penny how do i find out if it is worth something

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      justin ennis 

      14 months ago

      I have a 1984 penny but it's a little bigger than the regular size penny, why is that

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      Nikki 

      15 months ago

      I was looking through some pennies and found 1943 penny that was connected to another 1943 penny does not look glued or soldered does anybody know if there's a chance it could have came out of the mint that way

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      Shellioness 

      15 months ago from Las Vegas, NV

      I have to share this devastating news. I began coin hunting in November 2017, not knowing much about the hobby and only gained interest when I found a 1943 steel cent, then researching only to find that it was only worth a couple of cents if that. But I did learn about the rare and valuable 1943 copper/bronze cent. I didn’t even look for it in my hunt because it is so rare. Anyhow, I stuck with small cents because for some reason they just thrilled me and i love the way they look and I really have been pretty lucky with them. Not enough to strike it rich but just lucky with errors and gorgeous coins dang near uncirculated dating back to 1954. Well here we go with the devastating part. On Friday March 9, 2018 I decided to purchase my first $25 box of rolled pennies from the bank. Prior to that I was just getting a few rolls here and there from various spots I regularly visit. I asked the teller if she could get me a box of older coins not new ones and she stated they can’t tell if they are old or new because they are sealed shut and can’t open it just to look for older coins. I hesitated knowing the odds were 50/50 but I told her I felt lucky and if I’m wrong I’ll just go cash them all in at coin star. She went and got me the box and wished me good luck as I walked out and I said thank you. Believe it or not I felt good about this. So due to my anticipation and excitement to have so many rolls to look through, I opened it up in the car and to my surprise, I saw old coins on a few ends. I decided to take three from each row and check both ends. Wow holy moly!!!!! They all had older coins on each end so I rushed home and looked at the rest of the rolls and YES OH YES older coins on each side of every penny roll. What are the odds right?? So I opened a few rolls every day for the next week or so. I found lots of coins I found interesting. Then one week later Friday March 16, 2018, my BF”s birthday, I found this coin that has so much crud built up I couldn’t see anything. So I soaked it in coconut oil I made by hand for about 1 week. Saw that the crud had been falling off then I removed it and dabbed with a super soft microfiber towel. I clearly saw corrosion but did make out what I thought to be 1913. Wow old penny cool. Then I took photos for my records. When I looked at the photos closer I noticed that the “1” before the “3” had a line going from the top to the left and downward diagonally. What!!!! A 1943S Copper penny no way!!! So I immediately knew the “3” wasn’t altered it was longer at the end than all numbers, the magnet didn’t stick, took to a dealer that said it was too damaged to say fornsurw. So I made him weigh it for me. It was just under 3.11 grams but obviously over 2.5 grams. WTH!! So I went home and did my detective work. I placed layovers on photos of an actual 1943 lS copper/bronze cent and it was identical except for damage. So I dealt with a total of 4 coin dealers in town. All said too corroded to tell. Online they everyone was rude telling me I was seeing things. Whatever! Well I had a last place I wanted to talk to and guess what? They said yes it is the penny but it’s toodamaged to sell or send in for grading. That they would send it back in what they call a “Body Bag” are you fricken kidding me. I find a valuable coin worth thousands of $ and I can’t even sell it!!!! Only memwould this happen to. Only me!! I’m heartbroken broken and devastated. Does anyone know how or if I can ever get this coin sold. Hell for all I know it could be damaged from the actual war. Please let me know. I have pics that will prove this and I have the coin dealers words regarding this being an actual 1943 penny that is not fake. He said he was so sorry to break the news to me :(

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      Coinboy 

      15 months ago

      i found a 1943 copper wheat penny what should i do?

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      Perrygurl 

      15 months ago

      I found a penny that doesnt have a year and only the number and letter 20H

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      Selena Broussard 

      15 months ago

      I have a 1993 with the wide A and M where would I sale it

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      Frederick Reynolds 

      16 months ago

      Interested in selling 1998, 1999, and 2000 Lincoln Wide pennies from my collection.

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      Mary evans 

      16 months ago

      I found a Lincolin penny very badly doubled 200? and it copper some gone with another metal below

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      Raul Ledesma 

      17 months ago

      I have a 1982 penny that the ring on the outside edge is two or three times wider that the other pennies. Is it worth more than just a penny? rlsalvation@sbcglobal.net

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      Louie dejesus 

      17 months ago

      Hi I'm a numismatic from Philippines I'm collecting Lincoln one cent for 4 year now I've collected about 7 to 10 kilos of Lincoln one cent I have a lot of error. On one cent hope you can help me find a buyer for these coin tnx email me on dejesus louie5@gmail.com

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      Jordan orser 

      17 months ago

      I have a 1993 Lincoln D penny with all the default you are looking for I am wanting to sell his Penny and looking for help and people that are interested seriously is Penny I have looked over a million times

      ..

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      James Mahurin 

      18 months ago

      Have 82 copper pennies and92 close AM and 88 wide AM.please help don't know what to do with them

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      Mary 

      18 months ago

      I have a 1963 Lincoln penny and the I is missing in Liberty. Is it worth anything

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      Marcin 

      18 months ago

      I have 1987 d penny with s mark under development how much can be worth

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      Lindsey 

      18 months ago

      I came across video claiming that the 1982 D penny that weighs 3.1 grams small print sold at auctionAug 3 2017 for $30,000 I was born in 82 and had been collecting some coins and came acrossed4 so far trying to distinguish if they're small or large print I've never really looked into anything like this they look same if anyone can help me out Rebecca on here a few months ago said she had a small and large if you see this I would appreciate if you would send me a picture thank you

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      Steve Hernandez 

      18 months ago

      I have a 1968 dad Pennie were can I sale it

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      Braulio garnica 

      19 months ago

      I got a 1981 no mint mark and it gots an error where can I get it checked

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      Caden 

      19 months ago

      How much do you estimate a 1917 Wheat Penny worth in a slight word down condition.

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      Steve 

      20 months ago

      I have some 1999D close AM were can I sale them

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      John campbell 

      20 months ago

      I just found a 1984 no mint penny. The W in we is hard to explain. Between the W are bars and above that it looks like possibly numbers or letters. This is the only one I've ever seen like this

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