You Won't Believe These Pennies Are Worth Thousands of Dollars!

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People have collected coins for ages, some for fun, and others with the hope of selling them for profit, even pennies.

United States pennies have various designs and compositions, and some, when well-preserved, are worth more than their one-cent face value.

Coins are graded using the Sheldon Scale, considering factors like color, wear, and rarity. Higher grades mean higher value.

Most modern pennies are worth one cent, but wheat cents (1909-1956) can range from 4 to 5 cents and even more for well-preserved ones.

Indian Head pennies (1859-1909) are generally worth over $1, with some from 1859-1879 fetching more than $10.

Indian Head Pennie

Explore the elite class of valuable collectibles, including the rare 1873 'Closed 3' Indian Head Penny and other treasures.

This rare coin, with a unique 'closed 3' design, sold at auction for $12,650 due to its limited mintage and doubling in the word "LIBERTY.""

1873 'Closed 3' Indian Head Penny 

The Flowing Hair Liberty Cap Large Cent Penny from 1793 is exceptionally rare, selling for $19,950 on eBay in January 2019.

1793 Flowing Hair Liberty Cap Penny 

The 1922 Lincoln No D Strong Reverse and Weak Obverse Wheat Penny, missing the mint mark, sold for $48,000 in March 2018.

1922 Lincoln No D Penny 

Delve into the world of coin collecting and discover the hidden value within your pocket change.