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The most valuable coins have US presidents worth up to $264,000

YOU may be surprised at how valuable your coins can be – including those featuring the usual Presidents.

Looking at today’s coins, many people are probably familiar with pieces that have Abraham Lincoln (Coins), Thomas Jefferson (nickel), and George Washington (quarter).

Value of coins may depend on type, condition or defect

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Value of coins may depend on type, condition or defect

While these are common faces, they can sell for thousands – if you happen to find the right one.

Typical reasons why some have higher values ​​than others are low casting rates or errors.

Also, how much? Coins value usually depends on grade and condition.

We round up the most valuable coins featuring the US Presidents below.

Just be aware that some of these coins may not be cyclic, which means they probably won’t show up in your spare change.

The acyclic coins are classified between MS-60 and MS-70.

To see if your coin is worth anything, you can check eBay by searching for the full name, selecting the “sold” listing, then turning the search to “highest value.”

1971 Eisenhower Silver Dollar – $264,000

One of these coins was recently sold in an auction for $264,000

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One of these coins was recently sold in an auction for $264,000

People familiar with dollar You may be familiar with the film featuring 34th President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

The Eisenhower Silver Dollar was minted only by United States mint from 1971 to 1978.

Specifically, a 1971 Eisenhower dollar with an “S” sold for a whopping $264,000 in a recent auction organized by Heritage Auctions.

The coin was described by Heritage Auction as “the birth certificate of America’s last silver dollar”.

“This is an extremely rare find of the early design stage for the first year of Ike dollars made from 1971 to 1978,” said Jim Halperin, co-chairman of Heritage Auctions.

“There isn’t even an example of this archetype in the Smithsonian’s trauma-free National Collection.”

Prototype coins are often used to help engravers perfect the design and are produced in a foundry.

1992 Lincoln penny – $25,000

Letters "TO BE" very close and almost touching

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The letters “AM” are very close and almost touching

There are quite a few Lincoln coins that can be of value, including Coin 1992.

The most valuable is the close AM design.

To be specific, the two letters on “America” (on the back) are almost touching.

Based on Coinappraisera website that claims to have a team of industry experts, only about 10 similar AM coins exist.

It added: “Not many have been certified by top coin grading services.”

In terms of value, one AM Lincoln coin closes sold for more than 25,000 VND in 2017.

Meanwhile, another penny close Lincoln Sold for $244 on eBay.

1955 Lincoln penny- $17,057

There is a clear duplication of many words and numbers in this famous Lincoln coin

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There is a clear duplication of many words and numbers in this famous Lincoln coin

One of the most famous bug coins that exist is In 1955 Lincoln double die a coin symmetry.

For those unfamiliar with this error, it means that there is a copy of the letters, numbers or words on the coin.

For example, on this coin you can clearly see “We Trust in God”, “Freedom” and “In 1955” all double on the obverse on the coin.

“The 1955 double dies were created when the Mint struck a working center and a die working together while both were rotated slightly differently,” said Jamie Hernandez of Professional Coin Grading Service Written in a description of the coin.

This, of course, created a double die effect – which was mixed in with the millions of normal attack versions of the coin.

Based on United States Coin Book, 1955 double dead coin worth $1,318 per medium and up to $17,057 if in the “non-circulating (MS-63)” condition.

According to recent eBay listings, one on sale for $1,825 onlineagain sold for $1,801and other went for $1,552.

1932 Washington D – $13,909

This Washington D neighborhood is one of the only ones with an amount under 1 million yen

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This Washington D neighborhood is one of the only ones with an amount under 1 million yen

As long as there’s a dot D on a quarter in Washington, you can have one of the most valuable coins in series.

In fact, 1932 S and 1932 D precious are the only ones in the series whose sums are under 1 million.

According to David Hall of PCGS, only 408,000 and 436,800 have been minted respectively.

Mr. Hall wrote in a description of the coin.

“They are the pivotal date of the Washington Quarterly Series and are indeed two of the better known rare coins of the twentieth century.”

But quarters in Washington D are more valuable in higher grades.

Quarter D can be worth up to $13,909, while the maximum value of quarter S is $5,544 in the “non-recurring (MS-65)” condition.

[1945JeffersonNickel-$922

This 1945 coin is graded

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This 1945 coin is graded “MS 67”

In some cases, type and condition can increase a coin’s value – such was the case with a recently sold Jefferson coin.

For the most part, large numbers of Jefferson coins are minted each year in series.

For example, the lowest component in the Jefferson series is believed to be the 1950-D coin, which exceeds 2.6 million pieces.

Meanwhile, nearly 59 million Jefferson S coins in 1945 have been minted.

Follow United States Coin Book.

However, a Jefferson S in 1945 nickel at level “MS 67” certified by the Anti-Shock Warranty Company, sold for $922 recently.

In other rare coin news, a recent fake Jefferson coin sold for over $400 online.

We Explained Lincoln VDB, 1992, and 1914 coins and why they are so valuable.

Plus, we show you how find rare coins including those with Lincoln.

Guests on the Antiques Roadshow were left open by the huge valuations of the extremely rare Communion coins

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