Coins

1996-W (West Point) — $15

 

1983 No -S Roosevelt dime — $400

1982 no-P Roosevelt dime — $75+ — $200

1975 - No-S Roosevelt dime

1970-S, no-S proof Roosevelt Dime: $1,300

 

1968 No-S Roosevelt dime — $10,500+

1965 Silver Dime $9,000+​

Worn copper-nickel

proof Roosevelt dimes 

(“S” mintmark) — $1

1964 or earlier Silver Roosevelt dimes -are worth around $2 to $3 each

All Roosevelt dimes dated 1946 through 1964 — $1.50 and up

1955 — $1.75

1955-D — $1.751955-S — $1.75

1952-S — $1.75

1951-S — $1.75

1950-S — $1.75

1949 — $1.75

1949-D — $1.751949-S — $1.75

​1916-D Mercury Dime: $785

1822 Liberty Cap Dime: $1,000

1798 small 8: $975

Dimes

2000 wide “AM” $20

1999 wide “AM” – $500

1998 wide “AM” $25

1995 doubling on “In God We Trust” and “Liberty” – $25

1992-D close “AM” – $500

1984 doubled die-doubling in Lincoln’s ear– $200

1983 doubling on the reverse-side lettering – $100-125

 

1972 doubled die on the date and lettering – $300

1970-S small date – $30

1970-S large date - doubling on the date and lettering $250

 

1969-S doubling on the lettering and date $50,000

 

1955 doubled die, obverse — $1,200

 

1946-S/D – $35

1944 D/S – $125

1943-D boldly doubled mintmark – $10

1943 steel penny - .45 - $10 magnet stick

1943 Copper Penny - $1.7 million

Old Lincoln Wheat Pennies

  • 1931-S ($100 and up)

  • 1943 bronze ($100,000 and up)

  • 1955 doubled die ($1,000 and up)

All 1959 to 1981 pennies are worth at least 3 cents, even the worn ones. primarily copper composition.

  • 1931-D – $4

  • 1931-S – $100

  • 1932 – $1.50

  • 1932-D – $1

  • 1933 – $1

  • 1933-D – $2

Pennies

2009 District of Columbia Double Die Reverse

2008-P Arizona Extra Cactus Leaves Quarter

2007-P Wyoming Double-die Reverse Quarter

This lesser-known error was minted in Philadelphia and sometimes can be hard to spot with the naked eye. With magnification, varied doubling around the saddle horn can be seen. Values for this error are unknown.

2006-P Colorado Cud Errors Quarter - 

  • Cud errors (an unintentional bump caused by a dent in the die) on the reverse side of the quarter can be viewed at the three o'clock position along the inner side of the rim. These quarters were released by the Philadelphia mint. Depending on the size of the cud, these quarters can fetch a value of $5-$35.

2005-P Kansas Die-break Reverse Quarter

2005 Kansas state quarter - 'In God We Rust'

2005-P Minnesota Doubled-die Extra Tree Quarter

2005 Minnesota quarter of 10,000 mistakes

2004-D Wisconsin Extra High Leaf Quarter 25-$100

2004-D Wisconsin quarter, extra leaf low — $130 and up

2001-P Double Struck “New York State” Quarter $400

2000-P South Carolina Off-center Error Quarter

1964-D Jefferson nickel with misspelled motto. The middle word in “E Pluribus Unum” on the reverse side of the coin is spelled “Pluridus.” Estimated value: 50 cents to $25.

2005-D Jefferson nickel with a ­bison. In the valuable version, an engraving mistake makes it look as if a spear bisects the bison’s back and stomach. Estimated value: $50 to $1,200.

1942-1945 silver nickel

Value: 56 cents - $12.25

Dateless Buffalo nickels

around 50 cents to $1 each.

Any Buffalo nickels with dates are worth a minimum of $1-$2.

1958 – 20 cents

1955 D/S – $20

1955 – 25 cents

1952-D – 20 cents

1951-S – 50 cents

1951-D – 25 cents

1951 – 25 cents

1950-D – $10+

1950 – 50 cents

1949-S – 30 cents

1949-D/S – $60

1945-S – $2

1945-P – $2

1945-D – $2

1944-S – $2

1944-P – $2

1944-D – $2

1943/2-P – $35

1943-S – $2

1943-P – $2

1943-D – $2

1942-S – $2

1942-P – $2

1942-D over horizontal D – $1

1939-S/D – $5-$10

1938-S – $1.50

1938-D – $1

1938 – 50 cents

Nickels

Between 1948 and 1963, Ben Franklin appeared on the half-dollar. In 1964, his image was replaced with JFK’s, following his assassination. Because of this fairly short run, the Ben Franklin half-dollar is worth much more than that 50 cents: $12-$125.

40% silver Kennedy half dollars (from 1965 to 1970) and 90% silver Kennedy halves (from 1964) are most commonly found in bank rolls instead of actual pocket change. These are worth about $3.50 and $7, respectively.

2007-D Sacagawea Dollar

This dollar is inscribed on the same press as Presidential dollars. The mint made an error and accidentally scribed at least one Sacagawea coin. One of these sold on auction recently for $10,000. However, there is only one known to exist. However, experts assume there must be many more. It’s unheard of for there to only be one coin in error.

God-less” presidential dollar. For nearly 60 years, the motto “In God We Trust” has been required on US coins. But in 2007, the Mint started making a series of dollar coins to honor deceased US presidents and imprinted the date, mint mark and motto along the rim instead of the front or back. What to look for: An error on some coins with images of George Washington or John Adams (both issued in 2007) eliminated the lettering on the rim. ­Estimated value: $10 to $200.

Silver Dollar