1960-D Penny Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?

I’m starting a new series every other week highlighting a different coin you may find in pocket change or in a collection worth money. Whether it’s an error penny, variety penny, or key date penny, the pennies worth money are often worth big money – and I’m here to show you what to look for via a discussion of where the error or variety is on the coin and then close up pictures of it. If you watch, you may find pennies worth big money after cherrypicking.

This specific video is about 1960-D pennies worth money – these 1960 double die error and repunched mint mark error coins can be worth $500 or more in the right condition! Best of luck finding one of these awesome 1960 Denver mint mark pennies.

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35 Comments on “1960-D Penny Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?”

  1. I love your videos, they are so thorough and to the point. You are doing a wonderful job at providing great information.
    Thank you…….😀

  2. Hey! That was very interesting! I always thought the only thing the 1960 had was a LARGE & small date!! I save ALL 1960’s anyway, so I’ll have to check them out closer now… Thanks Christian!!!
    ✌️😊👍

  3. Hi Christian nice Video , after watching it I checked my 1960s I have one but not a good Grade ! But I will get it to you . It also has a strange marking across the mouth ? Your friend Jim.

    1. Interesting! The one I saw seemed to have some sort of die crack on the 6, which can be misleading for this date.

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  5. Is there a particular book in circulation? Im contantly on the go and cannot always access my phone, 9 I also have this. 10$ bill that as looking online its value is
    At around 40$ to 50$?

    1. For sure. I often get information from the Cherrypicker’s Guide, which are in some of my links (or you can search it on Amazon). It details the varieties to look for.

  6. I just started hunting through pennies from my bank i got lucky and found the double ment mark in my first 75 dollars in penny hunting not sure how to add a picture wish i could i was excited to find it!

  7. I found one yesterday. I would like advice. If not, that’s ok too. You do a fantastic job. No B.S. Thank you. It’s worth a look though. It almost looks like it was cleaned. But I honestly have no idea. Its definitely DDO. No doubt about it. What would they mayor of treasure town suggest I do? Thank you sir.

    1. I’d say if the DDO is super clear you can take a photo showing it and sell on eBay (lots of visibility), especially if it’s cleaned probably won’t be worth putting in a holder. Obviously if you like the coin you can keep it too!

  8. How do I submit a coin photo to you for aprasial? I have a 1960-D in MS 60 WITH double D ( repunched??) I’m not sure at all what I have, but I obtained as a child between 1960 and 1964. Thanks

  9. Wow! Thanks! So, I just found a 1960 D in my pocket… think I picked it up off the sidewalk last week, really didn’t notice.
    Sad part is it would be a VF-EF except Abe’s cheak has a bright scrape from someone smashing it into the pavement…. so.. oh, well.
    However, under a good 30x lens you can still see the doubling of the 6.
    My question is I think I am seeing a lot of double strike indications on the reverse. Is there any known documentation of that?

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