This 1982 Copper Penny Is Worth $1,000,000! You Could Find This Rare Penny In Your Pocket Change.

This 1982 Copper Penny Is Worth $1,000,000! You Could Find This Rare Penny In Your Pocket Change – Here’s What To Look For
Did you hear?… A rare 1982 copper penny is worth an astounding one million dollar
The good news is there may be more rare pennies out there just like it — and you could be the next person to find a rare copper penny in your pocket change.
The reason this particular 1982 copper penny value is so high is because it’s a rare 1982 small date penny.
What’s The 1982 Small Date Copper Penny Worth?

39 Comments on “This 1982 Copper Penny Is Worth $1,000,000! You Could Find This Rare Penny In Your Pocket Change.”

    1. That’s normal, but if you find a 1983 one cent coin 3.1 grams that’s a different story.

      1983 is supposed to weigh 2.5 grams

  1. Just uploaded a new video. I now have over 140 1982 Penny’s weighing 3.07-3.16 and 12 1982 weighing 2.5

    1. In 82 The Mint changed alloys used to produce pennies. Some 82’s are Copper , some are Zink . Large Date and Small Date produced by All Mints – Except For The Denver Mint. *** No 1982 Copper Small Date ( The 2 is on 1982 is Different – ask Google also Utube gives info ) . Soooo , 1982 D Small Date $$$ . Other coins in 82 have to have error of various types to be valuable . There are a few though not Big $ like the 82 copper Small Date. Good Luck …

    2. @jones Otachi Lucky 🍀. Only 2 Found So Far … Get Graded / Verified . Maybe High Grade $ 20,000 . 😃

  2. Always find it amazing how these rare coins from a mint that KNOWS what there doing yet a few coins seem to get by before saying ooops how’d that happen? 🤔 What would really be cool is if you worked there and at transition time as you start making next year’s coins at the end of the current year that you punch out a few coins for cool Christmas gifts to family and friends before the change over. I pose eventually over time they would get passed down and someone will sell one cuz they need money and after authenticating it becomes a one of a kind find unless someone else decides to do the same. Like the 13 dimes and the 5 nickels all from people that worked at the mint only 2 of the 1.9 million dollar dimes were spent on ice cream by two kids at an amusement park so good luck finding those. The other 11 who knows. When you actually find an error coin like a ddo they say it’s not though it’s clear as day and the ones they say is are impossible to tell because it’s one or two numbers that barely have a piece of edge that you can’t really make out. They say it’s machine doubling which is on the rise by the way you say ok so these a machine doubling and there like no no those are ddo’s but they look just like the first one. Because this one is in the book and this one isn’t c’mon man!

    1. I used to think that they would use up whatever planchet that was left before starting a transition. Like a half of sheet of copper and might as well use it up and start the new and whatever comes out is what you got and if nobody knows but the mint then they would be mixed and sent into circulation but when something is found they claim to not know anything about it and have never spoken on anything that they are aware of that I’m aware of. How you get 83 copper pennies and not know it? If it’s true then someone did it and it’s been shown on YouTube and documented of people making coins that aren’t supposed to exist. A man in Mississippi collected pennies for forty years and decided to cash them in and pcgs got wind of it and ngc I believe and sent graders to look at each coin and they found NOTHING. just sayin

    2. I’m sure there’s so many cameras on the people striking coins at a mint that it would be next to impossible to get by with making a few Christmas gifts. That is if the security of the workers is any better bang for the Buck than the inspection of the coins going out is.

  3. I have collected pennies for years, I guess I better start looking through them and see what comes up!

  4. I have the 82 small date no D, weighs 3.03 grams, has a definite strike error with the I in America. Any ideas?

  5. The simplest way to check if it’s a small date is to look at the number 8 if the top of the 8 is half the size as the bottom of the 8 then it’s a small date

    1. @B L C SCOTT that too along with the date is thinner more defined.
      Liberty is more defined also 👍

  6. El problema no es encontrar la moneda, el problema es quien la compre o donde se vende. Esta debería de ser una guía para quienes estamos comenzando

  7. Interesting I swear I have had one of these! Great video with plenty of useful information regarding the 1982 small and large date pennies.

  8. I’m so excited about finding these coins. I pay more attention to what I have before I give it out. I want to make sure that I don’t get away a valuable coin or bill. Thank you so much for this wonderful information. I’m so excited to start collecting coins and bills for a hobby. I’m so excited! Thank you again! 😊

  9. Your video has been very enlightening. What would be a next step if you think you have one look alike and it weights 3.1 mg. And in good general condition. Send it for auction ?Grade or not grade?

  10. Enjoyed this immensely (have many – must go through) & am so EXCITED – What a Great Hobby🥰

  11. Being offered is a large lot of 50 ( fifty) 1982 pennies found in pocket change.
    Almost all I would grade fine/extra fine and 3 retained some gloss and I would grade AU 57-59.
    $25,000 OBO

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