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How much is a 1911 liberty head nickel worth?

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Answered 2012-10-03 19:18:09

Roughly 75 cents in today's market.

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The 1911 LIBERTY HEAD nickel is common, values for average circulated coins are $1.00-$3.00.


Witha date of 1911 this is a Liberty Head nickel, none of them were ever struck in silver, it's copper-nickel hence the name "Nickel." Retail values for coins of this date in average circulated condition run from $3.00-$5.00.


For the series of Liberty Head nickels, 1911 is the highest mintage year. In average condition values are $1.00-$3.00.


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Liberty Head nickel was created in 1883.


There is no such coin. Liberty Head nickels were struck from 1883 to 1912. "Mercury" dimes (actually a picture of Miss Liberty, too) were made from 1916 to 1945. If it is a Liberty Head Nickel with that date, then it is worth about $2 in circulated condition.


Ten cents, are you really that stupid?


The 5 known examples of the 1913 Liberty Head nickel are each valued at more than One Million dollars.


There is no such thing as a 1958 liberty head nickel


What you most likely have is a "V" or "Liberty Head" nickel, there is a V on the reverse, the roman numeral for 5 because a nickel is worth 5 cents.


Indian Head Nickels (with a buffalo on the back) were only minted from 1913 to 1938, so I have to assume you have something else -- perhaps a Liberty Head Nickel (with a big "V" on the back)? A well-worn 1891 Liberty Head Nickel is worth about $3.00


Please check your coin again. Liberty head nickels were struck from 1883 to 1912. A 2007 nickel would be a familiar Jefferson nickel, and it's only worth face value.


The 1902 Liberty Head Nickel consisted of 75% copper and 25% nickel.


Sorry no Liberty Head nickels in 1812. The first US nickel was struck in 1866 and the first Liberty Head was in 1883, so look at the coin again and post new question.


A 1899 Liberty Head nickel is worth between $2.25 and $130.00 depending on its grade. Taking it to a coin shop may give you a better idea of its grade.


A heavily worn Liberty Head Nickel is worth maybe $1 unless it is one of the more scarce coins of the series, I would suggest you take it to a coin shop and let them look at it just to be sure.


25 Most Valuable Nickels1.) 1913 Liberty Head V Nickel - Worth $4,408,6502.) 1880 Shield Nickel - Worth $20,0003.) 1924 S Buffalo Nickel - Worth $14,0004.) 1926 S Buffalo Nickel - Worth $7,6005.) 1927 S Buffalo Nickel - Worth $5,0006.) 1881 Shield Nickel - Worth $4,0007.) 1883 Shield Nickel - Worth $3,9008.) 1867 Shield Nickel - Worth $3,6009.) 1920 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $3,50010.) 1928 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $3,40011.) 1918 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $3,30012.) 1925 S Buffalo Nickel - Worth $3,30013.) 1924 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $3,00014.) 1870 Shield Nickel - Worth $3,00015.) 1920 S Buffalo Nickel - Worth $2,50016.) 1872 Shield Nickel - Worth $2,50017.) 1919 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $2,35018.) 1885 Liberty Head V Nickel - Worth $2,32819.) 1912 S Liberty Head V Nickel - Worth $1,94520.) 1886 Liberty Head V Nickel - Worth $1,86121.) 1877 Shield Nickel - Worth $1,85422.) 1938 Jefferson Nickel - Worth $1,80023.) 1873 Shield Nickel - Worth $1,80024.) 1874 Shield Nickel - Worth $1,80025.) 1916 D Buffalo Nickel - Worth $1,780


A) The buffalo nickel design was not introduced until 1913B) The buffalo design does not show the head of a buffalo, it shows the entire animal.If you are referring to a 1911 Liberty nickel, its retail value is $3 to $20 depending on condition.If you are referring to a Buffalo nickel (also called an Indian head nickel) you can find a range of values at this site, among others:


$18 but a little more or less depending on the grade.


The 1908 Liberty Head nickel is a common coin, most are valued at $1.00-$3.00


1911 is the highest mintage year for Liberty Head nickels. Circulated coins run from $3.00 to $40.00 depending on condition but most are low grade and sell for $3.00-$5.00


The most valuable nickel is the 1913 Liberty Head V nickel. It is worth four million five hundred thousand dollars.


1909 Liberty Head nickels are very common. Average circulated coins are $1.00-$3.00.


The 1907 Liberty head nickel is common, in average circulated grades values are $1.00-$3.00



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