1996-D Penny Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?

Part of my series every 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 1996-D pennies worth money – these 1996-D double die error coins can be worth $50 or more in the right condition! Best of luck finding one of these awesome 1996 pennies.


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22 Comments on “1996-D Penny Worth Money – How Much Is It Worth and Why?”

  1. what do you reckon a 67 or 68 might be worth? or better yet, what’s a good way to determine this on any coin…the whole 67x face value doesn’t seem to apply to reality.

  2. Hi Treasure hunter! I love your YouTube videos. I was just wondering if you have ever heard of RK stampler from boston? They are wheat pennies that have never been circulated and just wondering if I should believe it or not? Just wanted to get your thoughts on it if you have the time. Thanks so much. See you on the next video:).

  3. I recently found a 1996 no mint mark DDR penny with doubling through the top right of the word America. However the coin is at best an AU45. not in great shape unfortunately.

  4. I think I have 3 pennies that you feature here. They are1982D at 3.2 grams.
    1981D and a 1992D. They are all very circulated.

  5. I got a 1996 D Penny with a color similar to a golden dollar. No magnification to determine double die but curious about it.

  6. Thank you for the knowledge. You have helped me on numerous occasions, along with some other gurus. just to let you know …. I have that coin. thank you again

  7. Hey I found the 1996 D penny. Close AM, DIE breaks, DoverS and doubling has the woodgrain roller lines and started to rainbow tone I need help checking it out like definitely grade it sell it? Mines nicer than the $3grand on sold I promise lol

  8. 😮 I believe I just found one most of the letters or showing something to the north and east and it looks like a multiple RPM the six looks really big bigger than the nines

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