Any dealer can tell you what your coins are worth. With a background in family education, we explain why.  

We pay the second most. Because we KNOW who pays the most: an excited collector, or dealer filling an order.

We'll get you what you deserve!

You may not need a paid appraisal. Should we recommend it, our fees are family-friendly.

Click on WHAT'S MY TREASURE WORTH, published answers, or menus above for quick values. 

(FOR "ERROR" COINS, VARIETIES & COINS AFTER 1970, KINDLY DO THIS FIRST & READ OUR APPRAISAL CRITERIA!) 

We travel to seniors, vets, and all in need!


Any dealer can tell you what your coins are worth. With a background in family education, we explain why.  

We pay the second most. Because we KNOW who pays the most: an excited collector, or dealer filling an order.

We'll get you what you deserve!

You may not need a paid appraisal. Should we recommend it, our fees are family-friendly.

Click on WHAT'S MY TREASURE WORTH, published answers, or menus above for quick values. 

(FOR "ERROR" COINS, VARIETIES & COINS AFTER 1970, KINDLY DO THIS FIRST & READ OUR APPRAISAL CRITERIA!) 

We travel to seniors, vets, and all in need!

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Most inquiries we get are about circulated coins made after 1971, and/or coins where people mistake post-mint damage and wear for "errors". You can expect us to affirm these are face value. We ask that before you write and submit such questions, to PLEASE first read through our existing postings and our "what it's worth" primers.

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D. The coin looks damaged but it has several hits.

It's corroded. No value beyond face. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of damaged coins and modern minor v...

D. 1989 D Lincoln Penny Obverse: Doubling “1989 D” Reverse: Lincoln Memorial Pillars

We don't address modern minor doubling. This is worth face value. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images of dam...

D. Dime i found in my change. Never seen anything like it.

I have. You can see others on this site. It's merely damaged. DISCLAIMER (The fine print): We have answered your question about this coin despise the fact that it may not have met the qualifications for our complementary appraisals as explained in our FAQs. We ask collectors, before submitting queries, that they first consult our posted tutorials and prior posted questions and answers. Being up front that our specialties are classic and rare coins, we ask them not to submit images o...

D. 1965 Roosevelt dime with no mint mark, but has the JS.. Possibly a strike error? I need expert advice! Thanks!

I'm not sure what "error" might have happened here. No mint mark means it was made in Philadelphia. It seems to have damage. You are safe spending this bad boy.

D. Old trade coin

This may be counterfeit, the strike looks too weak. If real it's worth $20-30. You could research the weight and see if it's right.

D. I believe it’s a 1992 D close AM

Perhaps it is... but I wouldn't know. I don't handle modern minor varieties, they are hyped up on the Internet, but not worth very much in practice.

D. 1956 D Wheat Penny

Worth .25 to fifty cents retail.

D. 1966 Canada 1cent Elizabeth

It's still one cent at the relevant exchange rate.

D. Picture of An Australian half penny, also an Australian penny. I would appreciate any help you can give me. I have a massive collection of error coins but am unsure of their value.

The off-center one retails for $20. The other may simply be damaged. I would not buy any more if I were you, not until you attend shows, take courses, read some relevant books, and sell some pieces!

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