Do you check your change for valuable coins? We put all of our change in containers then one or twice a year separate it into denominations then proceed to look for valuable coins. We are not coin collectors but we do value rare coins or those with mistakes. The list in my picture is not the complete list that you should keep. Usually we research what coins prior to going through. Wheat pennies are always collected but did you know some of the new state quarters are valuable? "In God We Rust" 1999 Delaware Spitting Horse Error: Die cracking at the Philadelphia mint led to some quarters with extra metal around the horse's mouth. This extra metal looks as if the horse is spitting. Depending on the progression of the die crack and the condition of the coin, these errors can bring in anywhere from $2-20. 2004 Wisconsin Leaf Errors: Coins exhibiting these errors came from the Denver Mint. These coins range in value, but currently can fetch $50-100. 2005 Minnesota Double Die & Extra Tree Errors: There are a lot of errors associated with the Minnesota reverse. Values range from $10-300+. 2005 Kansas "IN GOD WE RUST" and Humpback Bison errors: Values really vary with these errors, but sometimes can reach up to $100. 2006 Colorado Cud Errors: Cud errors (an unintentional bump caused by a dent in the die) on the reverse side of the quarter can be viewed at the three o'clock position along the inner side of the rim. These quarters were released by the Philadelphia mint. Depending on the size of the cud, these quarters can fetch a value of $5-$35. 2007 Wyoming Double Die Reverse: This lesser-known error was minted in Philadelphia and sometimes can be hard to spot with the naked eye. With magnification, varied doubling around the saddle horn can be seen. Values for this error are unknown. 2008 Arizona Extra Cactus Leaves: Die breaks caused extra leaves on the Arizona Reverse. Values vary, but coins are generally sold around $10-20. 2009 District of Columbia Double Die Reverse: Some quarters minted in Denver exhibit doubling on the "ELL" in "ELLINGTON." With this variety, a greater degree of doubling translates into higher demand, but the market for this coin is still too young to solidify any general value. State Quarters on Nickel Planchets: These odd coins can show up in an State Quarter Errors List Some would say it is a waste of time to look for a quarter that could be worth $5-20 dollars but it is a fun activity that we do on bad weather days. It is also something people could do with their grand kids. So do you check your coins? And what ones do you keeps?