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!

Call Today  •  (914) 649-3317  •  (833) THE-COIN  •  (833) 843-2646

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Send a photo of your item or collection for a free online appraisal. You may even decide to sell us your coin or other item when you find out what it is and what it's worth!

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We kindly ask you to limit your request to ONE item, preferably with images of both sides. We specialize in items that are older and of some historic importance. Please include photos of both sides if possible.

We may use your appraisal on our site as reference for others with the same item(s). We'll never display your personal information and will remove all sensitive information from your submission. Please contact us for a private appraisal. View our privacy policy.

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. West penny 1953

I think you mean "Wheat." Just worth a cent or few.

D. I've never seen a coin like this, I was just curious if it was worth anything. You can plainly see the defects! Thank you for your time.

Wondering if I've seen this coin before. You shouldn't really ask a professional their opinion by telling them what they can plainly see. I see a damaged copper-nickel coin which I advise you spend if you can. 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 pos...

D. The nickel has the middle image only, which makes this a official error 2005 nickel as you can see the exact nickel it's supposed to look like

Your misidentification of post mint damage as a mint error does not make anything "official". If you do it quickly you might spend it without getting caught and get five cents. 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 a...

D. 1992 quarter with damage. Unsure if after or during mint

Definitely after. And definitely not '92. Spend!

D. 1987 quarter. Unsure of damage

Damage is so severe it looks like almost like a 1992. Not that it matters, anything after 1964 is just face value.

D. Don't know much about it

This is a damaged cent 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 damaged coins and modern...

D. 1953 D/D FS-501 XF/AU details with some scratches. Some luster by liberty. Wondering how much a coin like this is worth. Please let me know by emailing me! Thank you and have a nice day!

As stated on our site, we don't do much with minor varieties, which more commonly than not are misidentified by novices and often worthless in circulated grades. And scratches/damage kill value fast. Sorry!

D. 1829 turban head $5 gold half eagle

This is a contender for the worst condition coin I've ever seen. If it's gold it has a scrap value of about $500. But it looks counterfeit.

D. I have a trove of old coins, and at least 5 1964 Kennedy half dollars, but one coin in particular stood out as I examined it beneath my light magnifier. Above Kennedy's eyebrow is an error with what looks like '203' or '20B'.

All your '64 halves are 90% silver and worth about $7 each. If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin."

D. Need information

This is essentially a damaged quarter, worth face value. If you go to the top of our home page at hvcoins.com, you can click on "what it's worth" and "recent questions" to read all about common coins you are likely to find in change, and what it really means to find an "error coin." 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 o...

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