Top 10 US Penny Errors That Could Make You Rich 

1955 Doubled Die Obverse: Look out for the 1955 Lincoln cent with a doubled image on the front. This rare error can fetch a high price among collectors.

1969-S Doubled Die Obverse: A scarce error from the San Francisco Mint, the 1969-S Lincoln cent exhibits a distinct doubling of the obverse design, making it a sought-after treasure.

1982-D Small Date Copper: During the transition from copper to zinc-coated steel, some 1982-D cents were struck on copper planchets, creating a valuable and rare error.

1943 Copper Penny: In 1943, due to wartime shortages, cents were minted in steel. However, a small number were mistakenly struck on copper planchets, making them incredibly valuable.

1958 Doubled Die Obverse: A lesser-known error, the 1958 Lincoln cent features doubling on the obverse, and finding one in circulation could lead to a significant windfall.

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1992 Close AM: Check the 1992 Lincoln cent for a close AM on the reverse side. If the letters "A" and "M" in "America" are close together, it's a rare error worth seeking.

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1972 Doubled Die Obverse: The 1972 Lincoln cent can have a doubled image on the obverse, particularly noticeable on the date and lettering, making it a valuable.

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1983 Doubled Die Reverse: Look for the 1983 Lincoln cent with doubling on the reverse side, especially on the letters in "United States of America."

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1995 Doubled Die Obverse: A notable error from the mid-'90s, the 1995 Lincoln cent can exhibit doubling on the obverse, enhancing its value for numismatists.

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2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter with Extra Leaf: While not a penny, the 2004-D Wisconsin State Quarter with an extra leaf is a fascinating error that can be worth.

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