5 Most Valuable American Coins Still in Circulation

1943 Lincoln Steel Penny: Due to its scarcity, caused by the shortage of copper during World War II, the 1943 Lincoln Steel Penny can be valuable, especially in good condition.

1955 Doubled Die Lincoln Penny: A rare error coin with a noticeable doubling effect on the lettering and date, making it highly sought after by collectors.

1972 Eisenhower Dollar (Type 2): Some 1972 Eisenhower Dollars feature a variety known as the Type 2 reverse, which is more valuable due to its lower mintage.

1969-S Lincoln Cent with Doubled Die Obverse: Similar to the 1955 Doubled Die Penny, this error coin features noticeable doubling on the obverse, making it valuable to collectors.

1995 Double Die Lincoln Penny: Another error coin with noticeable doubling on the obverse, the 1995 Double Die Penny is highly prized by collectors.

2004 Wisconsin State Quarter (Extra Leaf Variety): Some 2004 Wisconsin State Quarters feature an extra leaf on the ear of corn on the reverse.

1964 Kennedy Half Dollar (Accented Hair Variety): Some 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars feature an "accented hair" variety with more detail in Kennedy's hair.

1970-S Small Date Lincoln Penny: A scarce variety of the 1970-S Lincoln Penny with a smaller date font, making it more valuable to collectors.