These 5 Post-2000 Coins Could Be Worth Up to $2,000 Each

While most coins are only worth their face value, an avid coin collector may find other coins to be worth much more due to their quality and rarity.

Look for these uncommon coins, struck after 2000, that can be valued up to $2,000 (or even more).

2004-D State Quarter for Wisconsin The 2004 Wisconsin Quarter features a cow next to a cheese wheel and a maize leaf. CoinHub, a TikTok user, created a video in September of last year that explains what makes this coin special and how to distinguish it from others.

Rob Paulsen Coin pointed out that most prices range from $95 to $300. CoinHub reports that there is a high extra leaf on the corn, and one of these coins with a mint state of 66 recently sold for $2,530.

2005-D 5C Jefferson Nickel Bison Speared In 2005, the U.S. Mint revived the bison reverse design on the Jefferson nickel; however, these coins were more valuable due to additional markings.

2005-P-D-S Minnesota Quarter Doubled Die The state quarter for the "Land of 10,000 Lakes" contains an additional spruce tree to the right of the state outline; you may need a magnifying lens to see this inaccuracy. Some coins have reportedly sold for $100 to $200, but those with a Denver MS-67 PCGS grading have gone up to about $800 on eBay, according to The Spruce Crafts.

2008-W Silver Eagle 2007 Reverse 47,000 are not in circulation. According to Coin World, 2008-W American Eagle silver coins were produced using an outdated reverse die that was last used in 2007. The letter "u" has a spur on its right side on the standard 2008 reverse. There is neither a spur nor a downstroke on the 2007 reversal.

Presidential Dollar Errors The wording on the edge of these coins has contained inaccuracies ever since the first Presidential Dollar, the Washington Dollar, was released in 2007, according to The Spruce Crafts. 

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