Wooden Nickel Records was created in 1971.
Liberty University was created in 1971.
Unless it's proof or uncirculated, 5 cents. It's a Jefferson nickel not a Monticello nickel.
1971, Copper-nickel clad...........................$7 1971D, Copper-nickel clad.........................$5.50 1971S, Silver clad......................................$8.50
50 cents. It's not silver and not a Liberty half: > The last circulating silver half-dollars were dated 1969. These were made of a 40% alloy and contained about 1/7 of a troy ounce of silver. Starting in 1971 halves are made of copper-nickel just like dimes and quarters. > It's called a Kennedy half because it carries a picture of JFK. The only coins called "Liberty" coins are those that have a picture of Miss Liberty on the front side. The last Liberty halves were struck in 1947.
No, it's 99.9% nickel.
All U.S. halves carry the word LIBERTY and coins made before 1948 also have a picture of Miss Liberty, so it depends on the coin's date. Roughly:1964 and earlier: about 11.25 gm1965-70: about 4.6 gm1971-present: none, the coin is made of copper-nickel.
It's called a Kennedy half and it's not silver. All circulating halves dated 1971 and later are made of copper and nickel. It's only worth 50¢. ALL U.S. coins have the word Liberty on them. The term "Liberty" coin is reserved for those like old dimes and quarters that actually have the image of Miss Liberty.
Liberty Ellman was born on July 17, 1971, in London, England, UK.
copper-nickel and its worth 2.00$
1971-1978 US One Dollar coins are EISENHOWER dollars not Liberty dollars. The coins struck for circulation are face value only.
The U.S. didn't make any silver dollars after 1935. $1 coins were again issued in 1971 but they were made of copper-nickel. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
It's a common date Jefferson nickel, millions are still in circulation so just spend it.
Since 1971, U.S. half dollars have been made of nickel-coated copper (91.67% copper and 8.33% nickel).
All US Halves, Quarters, Dimes from 1965 to date are copper-nickel. The Dollar coins from 1971-1999 are also copper-nickel but were switched to manganese-brass in 2000
No, the last year for 40% Kennedy halves was 1970. 1971 to date are clad copper nickel.
Are copper nickel and are worth face value. Nothing more.
...5 cents. They are easily found in circulation.
With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.
1971-1978 US One Dollar coins are EISENHOWER dollars, not Liberty dollars. The coins struck for circulation are only face value only.
A 1971 Kenyan Shilling is worth approximately 11 cents in the United States. It is made of a blend of copper and nickel.
If it's from circulation it's copper-nickel, not silver, and is worth $1. If it's a 40% silver collector's coin in its original package, Numismedia lists a retail price of about $5 as of 07/2009 Note that ALL U.S. coins have the word Liberty on them so that's not an identifying piece of information.
Yes. Liberty University is located at 1971 University Boulevard Lynchburg, VA, 24502. The phone number for the Liberty University Switchboard is (434) 582-2000.