Most Valuable U.S. Coins That You May Have

By Staff Writer

The United States Mint is a bureau of the Department of the Treasury that is responsible for the production of coins for the purposes of commerce. Among the four mints actively producing coins are Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco, and West Point. Formed in 1792, the U.S. Mint has been producing coins for over 200 years.

Many people for both their historical significance and novelty have been collecting coins over the year. Others have been collecting them as an investment. Many coins are worth a lot more than their original value because or their rarity. While some coins were simply not mass-produced, other coins have gotten lost or destroyed over time, making them more difficult for people to get their hands on. Other coins were produced in error and have distinct characteristics that make them even more valuable!

But if you aren’t actively searching for some of these rare coins yourself, you may not know what to look for. Nevertheless, finding some of these rare coins can be a happy accident.

Here you’ll find a list of the most valuable U.S. coins that you may already have. With that said, wouldn’t it be cool to look through your change and find out you have a dime worth thousands of dollars? Read on to find out more…