Are nickels with Indian heads worth more than a nickel?
Indian head nickels with visible dates are generally worth a minimum retail price of a dollar or so for the lowest collectible grades. Some date and mint mark combinations, as well as coins with less wear, can be worth significantly more but each coin has to be evaluated individually.
A design flaw caused the date to wear off many Indian head nickels, though. These coins are considered to be "culls" with little collectible value. You can often find them in dealers' grab-boxes for a quarter or less.
First of all, old nickels contain the same copper/nickel blend as modern nickels. The only U.S. nickels that actually have silver in them are war nickels minted during WWII. For a 1923 buffalo nickel, it's worth $2 or $3 in worn condition and upwards of $60 if uncirculated. If it's a 1923-S, it's worth a few times that amount.
The "f" is not a mintmark but rather an initial. With out a date it is impossible to tell the value of your coin. Most buffalo or Indian head nickels aren't worth much. Post a new question and structure it like this to ensure an answer- "What is the value of a <date> US nickel" or " What is a <date> US nickel worth".
I believe that there aren't any nickels worth 1 million dollars now, that I know of. They will probably make one in the future but now there aren't any nickels worth 1 million dollars now. Also, when you asked if there is a nickel worth a million dollars, remember the worth of a nickel which is only 5 cents. Correction Most common circulation nickels are only worth 5 cents but there are older and rarer…