Rare Coins That Can Make You Rich

1967 Kennedy Half Dollar This rare coin is notable because it doesn’t contain a mint mark; the U.S. Mint deliberately didn’t include mint marks on coins produced from 1965 to 1967, to limit coin hoarding.

1925-S Lincoln Penny This San Francisco wheat cent is popular among coin collectors because the 1925-S pennies are a valuable date and mint in the series.

1932-D Washington Quarter This design ended up becoming highly recognized worldwide and continued until the Mint started the 50 state quarters series in 1999.

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1943-S Jefferson Nickel Wartime silver nickels from 1942 to 1945 include this one. Over 100 million Mint pieces were in circulation, and collectors saved many. 

1909-S VDB Penny Its unusual story makes this Lincoln penny popular. Like many coin designers of the day, Victor David Brenner wrote his whole name in tiny letters.

1983 1C Doubled Die Reverse Penny This rare coin sold for over $7,000 at an auction in 2017 as it has become a collectible item due to the fact that there’s no mint mark.

1968 No S Roosevelt Dime This rare coin sold for about $40,000 in 2008. This dime is unique because the Mint unintentionally struck the first proof coin without the S mint mark.