What year Nickels are worth more than 5 cents?
Jefferson Nickels made between 1942 in 1945, are also called War Nickels and consisted of 35% silver. This means they are worth more than face value and most of them have been removed from circulation. An easy way to identify these more valuable coins is to look on the reverse.
What are the 10 most valuable Nickels?
The Top 10 Most Valuable Nickels
- Liberty Head V Nickel. 1913. $3,737,500.
- 7-D Buffalo Nickel. 1918. $350,750.
- S Buffalo Nickel. 1926. $322,000.
- Buffalo Nickel. 1916. $281,750.
- D Buffalo Nickel. 1913. $143,750.
- S Buffalo Nickel. 1917. $138,000.
- D Buffalo Nickel. 1920. $138,000.
- Shield Nickel. 1867. $132,250.
What was the value of a 1803 nickel?
The 5 cent denomination coin in 1803 was the draped bust half dime and sorta looks like the one below.. only 37,850 were minted and any survivors are worth hundreds of dollars better conditions can be in to the thousands.. You likely are asking about a 2004 Jefferson Nickel (aka handshakes, Louisana Purchase)..
What was the 5 cent coin in 1803?
The 5 cent denomination coin in 1803 was the draped bust half dime and sorta looks like the one below.. only 37,850 were minted and any survivors are worth hundreds of dollars better conditions can be in to the thousands..
How much is a 5 cent nickel worth?
As such, your nickel, unless this is a very high uncirculated mint grade or proof coin that has been professionally graded and slabbed (encased in plastic), is worth…exactly…5 cents.
What was the value of a nickel in the Civil War?
There were no nickel coins back then – we had silver “half dimes” worth $0.05, but there wasn’t a “nickel” to speak of until the Shield Nickel after the Civil War. A lot of the modern “commemorative” coins have a date stamped on them that is NOT their mint year.