Some rare and valuable coins can fatten up your wallet with bills.
According to Shared, visit a coin appraiser if you discover any of these coins below.
A coin collector paid $2 million in 2016 because 1894-S Barber dimes are so rare - just nine are said to exist.
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Nickels from the nineteenth or twentieth century and have a face on them are worth a couple of thousand dollars.
These special coins, which was made out of copper, can be worth up to $10,000.
Doubled die pennies could be worth $1,800 if they are in an excellent condition.
Source: USA Coin Book
If you found a coin with the "S" on the head side and the tail side has a year "1941" printed upside down above the word "Dollar," then your best option is to visit a coin appraiser because it has been previously put up for auction for $35,000.
Just fifteen of 1992 Lincoln penny are known to exist, as indicated by coin specialists. The main reason it's worth so much - more than $20,000 at an auction - is because the "AM" in America is closer together than it should be.
Though Badger state minted millions of quarters in 2004, a few thousand were somehow marked with an additional leaf on a husk of corn. That's the reason why this coin is currently a collector's item and has sold for up to $1,400.
This was a mishap caused by grease build-up in the coin dye for the letter T, and because it occurred on the official motto of the United States, the coin can be worth hundreds of dollars.
If you have a 2005 nickel that resembles the buffalo has been wounded, you might sit on more than a thousand dollars.
The George Washington dollar coins were unintentionally minted without the motto, and for that reason, it may be worth hundreds to thousands of dollars.