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Updated Coin Values for 2012

By January 16, 2012

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With the price of gold and silver going up and down daily, these price changes can have a ripple effect even on coins that are not made out of gold or silver. Therefore, I have started to update all the value listings on the coins.about.com website to reflect current market conditions. Two of the most popular coin series that coin collectors assemble are the Lincoln wheat pennies and the Buffalo nickels. Additionally, I have expanded the listings to include the values for an "average" circulated and uncirculated example for each date and mint mark. I will continue to analyze the coin market and post updates for additional coin series.

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January 26, 2012 at 10:25 am
(1) Lester says:

For the life of me I can’t seem to nail down why the prices of the 2008 Proff & Mint sets are where they are? I have researched mint productions #s on all the coins, as well as the # of actual sets and I am still baffeled? Please help me here. Tell me, oh the kennedy is the one,,
What is up ? What is the Red Book trying to tell me and I’m not seeing it. Thanks Lester

March 23, 2013 at 9:13 pm
(2) Jr. Stout says:

I have a 1891 Indian head penny and I was want to know some things about

March 25, 2013 at 7:08 am
(3) Jim Bucki says:


You can see all the Indian Head Penny values at http://coins.about.com/library/US-coin-values/bl-US0001-Indian-Head-Penny-Values.htm


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