3 Little-Known Coins Worth More Than You'd Believe 

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In the realm of coin collecting, there are countless coins that, while not widely recognized by the general public, can be incredibly valuable due to their rarity, mint errors, or historical significance.  

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1. 2000-P "Cheerios" Sacagawea Dollar 

This coin earned its nickname because it was part of a promotion with Cheerios cereal boxes in 2000, where 5,500 Sacagawea dollars were distributed to raise awareness for the new coin.  

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2. 1943 Copper Penny 

Most pennies minted in 1943 were made out of steel because copper was needed for World War II. However, a few were mistakenly struck on leftover copper planchets from 1942, making them some of the most sought-after pennies by collectors.  

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3. 1969-S Double Die Obverse Lincoln Cent 

This error coin features doubling on the coin's obverse (front) side, particularly noticeable on the date and the words "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST". The doubling occurred during the minting process, where the die used to stamp the coin's design was not correctly prepared.  

These examples illustrate how errors, promotions, and historical contexts can turn seemingly ordinary coins into treasures.