September 25th 1965 was a Saturday. It was also the day that The Tom & Jerry cartoon series made its world broadcast premiere on CBS. It was also the day when Scottie Pippen, …the American basketball player was born. (MORE)
The only 1965-dated U.S. coins that contain silver are half dollars. They're only 40% silver, as opposed to 90% for dimes, quarters, and halves dated 1964 and earlier. … Nickels are made of copper and nickel, not silver. The only nickels that contain any silver at all are the famous "war nickels" from 1942-45. They can be identified by a large mint mark on the back. They contain about 35% silver.(MORE)
This depends on the country or organization. See related questions. US: Lyndon Baines Johnson The 36th President of the United States was Lyndon B. Johnson from Novembe…r 22, 1963 to January 20, 1969. 1965 marked the start of a new term for Johnson, having taken over after John F. Kennedy's assassination. (MORE)
Seven ounces. By 1975, most were still between 6 1/2 and 7 ounces. In 1991, StarKist reduced it's can from 6 1/2 to 6 1/8 ounces. More recently, starting around 2008, most hav…e gone from around 6 ounces to 5 ounces. The introduction of the snack size can was about 1990, and the large can size followed shortly after.(MORE)
I am a long time collector of baseball memorabilia, and it has become more than a hobby but an obsession. I owned, and operated a Baseball Card hobby shop in the 1980's through the 1990's. Afterwards I started selling on eBay but not for profit but to support my enormous memorabilia habit.
1965 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 350 A 1965 Topps Mickey Mantle card number 350 has a book value of about $600.00 in Near Mint - Mint condition, and $150.00 - $300.00 in …Very Good - Excellent condion. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. (MORE)
Sorry to pop any bubble you may have, but assuming the coins are all dated 1965 or later they're only worth face value. Dimes and quarters from 1965 and later are made o…f copper-nickel and don't have any silver, so they have no value to a metal dealer. However if there are any halves mixed in that are dated 1969 or earlier, they contain anywhere from 40% to 90% silver, so those would be worth more if sold to a metal dealer. If you can't spend them easily, DO NOT TAKE THEM TO A COIN-COUNTING MACHINE! Those machines take 8 to 10 cents out of every dollar put in as a so-called "convenience" fee. Call a couple of banks and see if they take unwrapped coins. If you live in the northeast part of the U.S. there's a big chain bank with a green logo* that will count coins for free. (*) I work for a competing financial company so I can't use specific names. (MORE)