What is the rarest coin error?

1999 Wide “AM” Reverse Lincoln Cent This variety is known for 3 dates, 1998, 1999, and 2000, with 1999 being by far the rarest. The mint erroneously used a proof die to strike normal circulation coins.

Are error coins worth any money?

Rare and most valuable error coins revealed worth up to $599 each – see if you have one in your wallet. COINS with rare designs often fetch thousands of dollars but pieces that come with a mistake on them are also selling for a lot of money. In fact, the rarest and most valuable error coins are worth up to $599 each.

What coins have misprints?

Notable U.S. coin varieties and errors

  • 1918/7 Buffalo nickel.
  • 1918/7-S Standing Liberty quarter.
  • 1937-D 3-legged Buffalo nickel.
  • 1942/1 Mercury dime.
  • 1942/1-D Mercury dime.
  • 1943 copper cent.
  • 1944 steel cent.
  • 1955 doubled die obverse cent.

How do you identify a coin error?

Common places to notice such an error include the chin, eyes, and ears. Look for any cracks, cuds (or blobs covering an image, word, date, etc.), or missing elements on the images. Turn the coin from top to bottom (no, side-to-side will not work), if your coin was right side up before, it should be right side up now.

What Quarter says In God We Rust?

#7 – ‘In God We Rust’ 2005 Kansas state quarter It may seem like a major mistake, but in 2005 some KANSAS state quarters were misprinted to say “In God We Rust” or “NSAS” instead of Kansas, all because someone didn’t properly clean the coin press! Today these mistake quarters could be worth up to $100 each!

What 2021 coins are worth money?

PCGS Graded Top 8 of 10 Most Valuable U.S. Coins Sold in 2021

  • 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle, PCGS MS65 – Sotheby’s, $18,872,250.
  • 1787 $15 Wing Punch Brasher Doubloon, MS65 – Heritage Auctions, $9,360,000.
  • 1822 Capped Bust Half Eagle, PCGS AU50 – Stack’s Bowers Galleries, $8,400,000.

How much are misprint coins worth?

Off Center Strikes

Coin 20-40% 40-90%
Lincoln Cents (zinc) (1982- ) $2. $2.
Steel Cents (1943) $100. $500 – $750.
Liberty Nickels (1883-1912) $100-$200. $250 – $700.
Buffalo Nickels (1913-1938) $200 – $350. $375 – $450.

What Quarter errors are worth money?

But some are rare and worth keeping, and here’s a rundown on which ones those are.

  • 1999-P Delaware Spitting Horse Quarter.
  • 2004-D Extra Leaf Wisconsin Quarter.
  • 2005-P Minnesota Quarter Doubled Dies Quarter.
  • 2009-D District of Columbia Doubled Die Quarter.

Which state quarters have misprints?

Featuring one of the most popular statehood designs, some Nevada quarter errors struck at the Philadelphia Mint have been found with irregular, non-circular shapes due to curved or straight clipped planchets (coin blanks).