If your wallet is in your back pocket, you could be sitting on a fortune of collectable notes and collectable coins. If you have them in your wallet, there’s someone who’ll pay you for them.
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BeAmazed at… Mistakes On American Coins - Around 13 billion coins are minted in the US every year, but it’s a difficult process and sometimes mistakes are made. If you can find a coin with a mistake on it, that’s where the rarity is, and that’s where the money is. Here’s a nickel from 2005 with a bison engraved on it. The New British Fiver - In October 2016, the Bank of England caused a nationwide craze by launching a new £5 note into circulation. Oh, and another interesting thing to look out for with the polymer £5 note is a small, barely visible engraving of Jane Austen. Mistakes On British Coins - Take this 50 pence coin commemorating the London Olympics in 2012. Designers tweaked the original design to make the swimmer a bit more visible, but not before 600 of the original coins were released into the system. Special Edition British Coins - When the Brits can actually mint their coins properly, they produce coins to commemorate special events and anniversaries. Special Edition Euro Coins - If you’re in the Eurozone, you can get in on the fun too. The 1943 Copper Penny - Most of the valuable American coins are the mistake-ridden ones we showed you earlier. However there is one special coin that is probably the most sought after in America. Mistakes On US Banknotes - Something you may not know about American banknotes, is that it takes 3 passes with the printer to finish them, and they’re printed in sheets of 36. Rare US Banknotes - The most valuable banknotes in the US are the 1890 ‘Grand Watermelon’ 1000 dollar bill, which sold at auction for 3.2 million dollars in 2014. Trial Coins And The Nelson Mandela Coin - Wherever you are in the world, there are examples of rare notes or coins getting into the general flow of money. If you find some money that looks unusual, it’s always worth checking out what it is. Serial Numbers - Where the real action is, in collecting American banknotes, is the serial number. Collectors will pay fortunes for interesting looking serial numbers. To find out if those 8 digits on your bill are worth something, Check out the numbers on your notes.