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Modern U.S. Coins that Are or Could be of Value Someday!*
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Small Cents

Ch. Unc. MS-65
1. 1960 Small Date 5.00
2. 1960 Large Date .40
3. 1960D Small Date 5.00
4. 1960D Large Date .40
5. 1969 .60
6 1970S Small Date 55.00
7. 1971 .70
8. 1972 Double Die 350.00
9. 1982 Small Date Composition 95% Copper and 5% Zinc 1.00
10. 1982 Large Date Composition 95% Copper and 5% Zinc .85
11. 1982D Large Date Composition 95% Copper and 5% Zinc .70
12. 1982 Small Date Composition - Copper-Plated Zinc, 97% Zinc, 3% Copper 1.50
13. 1982 Large Date Composition - Copper-Plated Zinc, 97% Zinc, 3% Copper 1.00
14. 1982D Small Date Composition - Copper-Plated Zinc, 97% Zinc, 3% Copper .75
15. 1982D Large Date Composition - Copper-Plated Zinc, 97% Zinc, 3% Copper 1.00
16. 1983 Double Die Reverse 250.00
17.1984D .60
18.1995 Double Die 23.00
Nickels

Unc. MS-60
1. 1971 .50
2. 1982P 1.25
3. 1982D .85
4. 1983P 1.10
5. 1983D .65
6. 1984P .50
7. 1986D .65
8. 1991P .25
9. 1991D .25
10.1992P .25
Dimes

Unc. MS-60
1. 1969 .70
2. 1982P 2.00
3. 1982 - Only the ones without a mint mark. They were suppose to all have a P for a mint mark but a total now estimed at around 8,000 were released without a mint mark. The price range shown is for specimens in MS-65 condition only. Beware of fakes with a removed mint mark. (MS-65) 100.00 - 175.00
4. 1983P 1.20
5. 1983D .90
6. 1986P .75
7. 1986D .75
8. 1996W 9.00
Quarters

Unc. MS-60
1. 1976S Silver Clad .90
2. 1982P 4.50
3. 1982D 1.75
4. 1983P 12.00
5. 1983D 5.50
6. 1984P 1.00
7. 1984D 1.00
8. 1985P 1.50
9. 1985D 1.50
10. 1986P 3.50
11. 1986D 6.50
12. 1988P 1.00
13. 1999P DE 1.50
14. 1999D DE 1.75
15. 1999P PA 1.75
16. 1999D PA 1.50
17. 1999P NJ .85
18. 1999D NJ 1.10
Half Dollars

Unc. MS-60
1. 1970D 11.00
2. 1974D Double Die 70.00
3. 1976S Silver Clad 3.50
4. 1978D 2.25
5. 1983P 2.75
6. 1983D 2.00
7. 1984P 1.75
8. 1984D 2.00
9. 1985P 1.75
10. 1985D 1.75
11. 1986P 6.50
12. 1986D 4.50
13. 1987P 4.00
14. 1987D 3.75
15. 1988P 3.50
16. 1988D 2.25
17.1989P 2.00
18.1989D 1.65
19.1990D 2.50
20. 1991D 3.50
21. 1992D 2.00
22. 1997D 2.50
23. 1999P 2.00
24. 1999D 2.25
25. 2000P 2.00
26. 2000D 2.25
27. 2001P 2.00
28. 2001D 2.00
Dollars

Unc. MS-60
1. All Eisenhowers 2.50 - 10.00
Susan B. Anthony
2. 1981P 5.50
3. 1981D 5.50
4. 1981S Variety 1 6.00
Sacagawea
5. 2001D 20.00
*This is basically a list of all clad coins that could be of value someday. Proof coins are not listed since it is very unlikely you will find any while metal detecting. Coins that I consider of having a possibility of being of value in the future are ones that are listed as having 1 1/2 times the value of similar coins within +- 2 years of that coin. All values listed are according to "The Offical Black Book Price Guide to United States Coins 2003 Edition #41" copyright 2002.