1 cent, 2 cents, 5 cents… Red coins tend to accumulate in the wallet. They add a lot of weight but unfortunately very little value. This is why we generally do not know what to do with it.
Fortunately, every year, around January, the Hospital Foundation organizes the collection of Yellow Coins. It allows you to get rid of all this useless currency for us while knowing that it will be used for a noble cause.
In some cases, it can be smart to take a closer look at your pieces. Indeed, whether it is coins of one, two, or five cents, some can bring you significant profits.
However, before discovering the nickels that can be worth pennies, it is important to know how to clean them effectively and without damaging them. They may sell for more if they are like new.
To get your pennies clean without damaging them, you’ll need nothing more than soap and water, reports Monnaie Magazine.
Take a toothbrush and lightly rub your parts with a little water and Marseille soap. It won’t damage them and will simply give your coins a second life.
Before cleaning them, it is important to sort out those that have value and those that have none. To do this, empty your wallet and spread out your five cent coins in front of you. You are now ready to inspect each of your pieces by observing if they appear on our slideshow.