1960-1969 Lincoln Penny Errors & Varieties Complete Guide – Values & Clear Explanation

There are a lot of valuable errors on pennies minted from 1969 to 1969, so I made a clear and concise presentation to explain exactly what to look for and their values. There are quite a range of possible penny errors to look for, and knowing the big coins will be very helpful. However, in addition to the major varieties, I also cover all of the minor varieties recognized by PCGS so that you have the complete picture. Two pieces of advice: when selling, remember that there generally aren’t tons of these coins on the market, so values can fluctuate based on demand at a specific moment when a coin comes to the market, and in general, look for coins in slabs that have missed variety attributions.


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23 Comments on “1960-1969 Lincoln Penny Errors & Varieties Complete Guide – Values & Clear Explanation”

  1. Sin muchas las personas que te vamos pero muchos no hablan ingles….porque no pones subtítulos en español así tendrás mas seguidores

    1. I have a 1969 s do that I seen on your video how could I send a picture of it to you? So you can tell me what you think about it

  2. Thanks Christian. I have about 150 pounds of copper so it will take me a why to look thru them. 😁😁😁

  3. Awesome presentation again Christian!! Immediately added to my fav videos for reference!! Thanks for all you do to help us my friend!!

  4. 1969s is very noticeable, I have one but it was rejected because of the coin has residue from coffee on it,

  5. Thanks Christian, last night while rechecking rolls of inventory I found the Kansas double hump. Looks like a cud. Two double die R Connecticut. A really cool Kentucky cuds on the obverse and a grease filled I in God We Trust that dropped it’s a double I cud. EIEI OH MY 👌👍🏴‍☠️🇺🇸!!!

  6. I have a Coin One Cent United State of America E-Pluribus-Unum- Liberty in God we trust since 1961-D
    Please share coin detail and value thanks for regards

  7. Hey I have a 1974 penny that has almost nothing on the tail side just smooth and in the middle part of the building. Is this something to hang on to.

  8. I’m going to be straight up I’m not a coin collector I just been interested in looking at coins lately or something to do and I think I got a penny you’d be interested in I’ll send you a picture if you get back to me it’s a 1964 with a liberty error that’s not listed anywhere

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