1971 pennies worth money! 1971 Values!

In this video we talk about the 1971 pennies struck at the Philadelphia mint for business, every day transactions and their value. We cover well known variety as well as amazing errors that you can find in your change.

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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20 Comments on “1971 pennies worth money! 1971 Values!”

  1. Good information as always 👍 I don’t recall yall having a mint set from 1971 in your auctions hopefully you will in the future. Also another tough one is the 99 silver proof set. I do have a couple of 1971 business strike cents, just not one IMO that would fetch a high MS grade

  2. I have many 71 pennies. I guess I’ll be going back through them today during Daytona. Thanks for all of the great info. You two have me busy checking my coins and I really enjoy your auctions.

  3. Back in the old days there was change everywhere but now days with internet sales and plastic taking over along with auto payments via scanning on the toll roads and in stores very few people even see change any more

  4. Hey good morning from California Hey JBCoins was wondering since u made this video may I ask can there be a 1971 proof looking with out aS mint mark on it ? Which all proof come with S for my understanding 😅

  5. I’m sure I have 1971 pennies, I have a couple hundred pounds of unsearched Lincoln pennies. Thanks for the video J and B!!

  6. I have 1971 P/D/S that looks exactly like the one you show, and I have them since the 70’s and they haven’t aged much

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