Any High Dollar Coins in a Roll of Brilliant Lincoln Wheat Pennies? COINS WORTH MAJOR MONEY??

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In this video, I crack open a BU roll of mixed date Lincoln Wheat cents. These were supplied in bulk from my local coin shop and makes for an inexpensive treasure hunt for any level of coin collector. Could there be a valuable variety or error coin in this roll?

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24 Comments on “Any High Dollar Coins in a Roll of Brilliant Lincoln Wheat Pennies? COINS WORTH MAJOR MONEY??”

  1. That 1942 is a blazer! Maybe get it graded? That in MS-67 or higher commands a pretty penny… LOL.

    1. It looks pretty good, it may grade no higher than 66. It has a few tick marks on Lincoln’s lapel and shoulder. It is a beauty!

  2. I’ve sent a couple of my rare coins in an email to you. I don’t know if they’re still there or not

  3. I didn’t consider that a very mixed year roll. 1955 are so plentiful just not in that condition. Thanks for sharing and all the best.

    1. No problem Shirl. As you can, they are not without some problems. They’re great album fillers for sure!

  4. wow man those are sweet for 25c each. i love all wheats. A few days ago I had a guy sell me 101 wheats including a 1909 and several teens, 2 indians, a 1883 and 1895, and a 1943 BU Steel that has been in a flip since 83′ so it’s a stunner, and he said 5 bucks, i gave him $10 cause i knew i was keeping them, but the best part is just looking through them. Thanks for this channel, it’s super helpful for a beginning collector.

    1. It is a pretty good deal, it’s about the market price for the decade. So it’s not a runaway buy.

  5. Love your videos and appreciate your work.–well I took your advice -i bought several mercury dimes with full bands and beautiful condition..i also bought 1957 proof Jefferson nickel that has to be at least MS65 –it is unc. coin and not a mark anywhere and has full steps-,I looked closer and it d/d reverse on all the words and the Monticello -is it a variety or mint error-i have never heard of d/d Jefferson nickel ’57 reverse. It is possibly a new find

  6. so helpful to visually witness coin-roll hunting, w/ clear commentary. sometimes, it seems like I have found soon many winners, but the reality of grading is key to discern which get selected to mail out to PGCS, pay fee, etc. ‘Cause, i could see myself having put most of those aside, b/c of their potential. . .

  7. each video watched, there grows more glossary terms needed to be added to my coin “notebook”. gives the hobby more respect every time. Q: how many coins to u try to limit as “worth sending in for grading”, when “coin hunting”? TY

  8. excuse the question I always see your videos are very interesting I’m a rookie in this how can I know if my coins are the ones that are looking for … and where do you get those rolls of wheat cents

  9. those coins have definitely been looked through at some point before you bought them. i was just going through some original bank rolls last night and nearly every coin looks better than almost any of the coins you have there…

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