1995 Penny worth money in your change!

We talk about penny worth money in your change; the 1995 penny variety you should look for.
In this short video we cover this topic with great details and include the most recent sold prices too.

Thank You for watching and as always remember to check your change. You might have more money in your pocket than you think!

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15 Comments on “1995 Penny worth money in your change!”

  1. I think it’s very interesting but the population will change the value. ” I learned that from someone named J&B”😊

  2. Such a small amount DDO ,soppose almost every coin that’s doubled has value thanks @J @JBCOINSINC

  3. I am definitely going to check my change better but a Philadelphia coin over in my area is rare. I have been saving all high grade coins for a while.

  4. I bought this coin in MS 66 red for $55 over 15 years ago. I also have three bank straps of regular 2017 $2* notes from the Frisco Reserve, two of them consecutive and the other one not far off, all with six digit serial numbers. I also had a fourth bank strap that had an off-center, sheet-type, low six digit serial numbered $2* from the same year and reserve sitting on top. 

    I couldn’t be more than 10–15 minutes south of you on River Road, between Grand and North Avenue. I’d be willing to deal the notes to you for a bargain (or most likely trade for silver or gold) if you’re interested, since you are JBCOIN and you’re local. (I may be mistaken about the year, but I’m pretty sure they’re the same straps you had in a video within the last year, only much lower serial numbers.)

  5. Each time I watch these videos, my searches get a little more intense. Love the varieties and errors coins. Thanks again for all the help you have been

  6. Fall of 1995 was a pivotal point in the forgoing in my life. Just a teen, the following year, whom I gave the coin to; even knowing what I know now yes, I would do it again. Good job on educating people on numismatics. Thank you 👍🏽Hopefully soon there will be a video on a coin I’ve submitted.

  7. The nice thing is that you can find these in your change. You don’t always have to spend tons of money to find a valuable coin.

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