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You Can Be A Billionaire If You Find Any Of These In Your Pocket. It's Worth Checking!

You Can Be A Billionaire If You Find Any Of These In Your Pocket. It's Worth Checking!
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How will you feel if you get to become a billionaire without doing anything? Umm.. sounds crazy isn't it? But trust me, anything could be possible in today's world. You just need a magical luck factor or trained eyes that know the value of rust. 

We throw old antiques as we find them useless in today's times, without knowing their value. After reading this article, I can bet you will stop throwing useless things, especially, old coins (if you have any) out of your house or maybe you will start searching for more such coins. You might also want to dig into your piggy bank or backyard or go out on the street to find them.

Want to know why I'm saying this? Check this out down here! 

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1. Penny(1943)

1. Penny(1943)

These coins were printed during World War II when copper and nickel were almost in short of supply. This 1943 penny was supposed to be made from zinc- coated with steel but around 40 copper coins still exist. In 2012, a 1943 copper penny sold for $1 million. 

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2. Wisconsin Quarter (2004)

2. Wisconsin Quarter  (2004)
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If you find this coin, you can earn around $100 to a maximum of $1499.

3. 1995 Double-Die Penny

3. 1995 Double-Die Penny
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These 1995 coins are still in circulation, so watch out for this as you can get around $20 to about $50. Not bad isn't it?

4. 2005 Kansas Quarter

4. 2005 Kansas Quarter

The coin which holds imprint "In God We Rust" is actually In God We Trust, the letter "T" got fainted, however, these erroneous coins have been known to fetch $100.

5. Ben Franklin Half-Dollar (1948-63)

5. Ben Franklin Half-Dollar (1948-63)
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These half-dollar coins were made of 90% of silver during 1948-63, so if you're having one, consider yourself extremely lucky as the value of this coin today is approx $275.

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6. Silver Nickels (1942-45)

6. Silver Nickels (1942-45)
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These coins were minted between 1942-45, they were composed of 9% manganese, 35% silver, and 56% copper. The value of this coin might not satisfy you but even if you get 3$ for one penny, it's worth it.

7. Silver Quarters (1932-64)

7. Silver Quarters (1932-64)
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Silver quarters coined between 1932-64. It contains 90% of silver, the cost value of these coins today is between $4 and $9 depending on condition.

8. Presidential Dollar Coins (2007)

8. Presidential Dollar Coins (2007)
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If you have any Presidential coin left, you can get $50 to $75 for it.

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