Most Valuable U.S. Coins Still in Circulation

The 1909-S VDB penny is highly sought-after. Minted in 1909 at the San Francisco Mint, this coin bears the initials “VDB” of its designer, Victor David Brenner, on the reverse side.

The 1955 Double Die Obverse Lincoln penny is highly valuable due to a noticeable doubling of the obverse design elements. This error occurred during the minting process

The 1919 Liberty Head Nickel, commonly known as the Buffalo Nickel, holds historical importance. It is part of a series showcasing early 20th-century American artistry

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The 1943 Copper Penny is highly valuable due to its rarity and unique composition. It’s easy to notice their distinctive reddish color. The composition of a copper penny is predominantly copper, with 95% consisting of copper

The 1982 No Mint Mark Roosevelt Dime holds significant value as it was struck without a mint mark. This error occurred due to accidentally omitting the “P” mint mark.

The 2005 “In God We Rust” Kansas State Quarter is a unique and valuable error coin. The error occurred due to a damaged die that produced the obverse side of the coin

Due to a striking mint error, the 1969-S Lincoln Cent with Doubled Die Obverse is highly coveted and valuable. This error resulted in a noticeable doubling of the obverse design elements

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