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How much is a 1913 us v nickel?


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2010-12-31 15:49:23
2010-12-31 15:49:23

All 5 of the real 1913 Liberty Head Nickels each have values over one million dollars.


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It was known as the "V" Nickel (or Liberty Head Nickel) the obverse featured a personification of Liberty, the reverse had a wreath with a large "V" in it (the Roman numeral for 5)

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

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There is no such thing as an 1889 Buffalo Nickel. Buffalo nickels were only minted from 1913 to 1938. A nickel minted in 1889 would be a Liberty Head or "V" nickel.

Buffalo nickels were first struck in 1913, when they replaced the Liberty Head, also known as the "V" nickel.

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The value of the 1906 V nickel varies greatly depending on the condition of the coin. This nickel can be worth as much as about 4 dollars depending on its definition.

That would be known as a "V" or Liberty nickel. The V is the roman numeral for 5 because the nickel is worth 5 cents.

A true "racketeer" nickel is dated 1883.

The nickel was never made with silver, it is made with nickel, hence the name.

This would be a Liberty Nickel, also called a "V" nickel. They were minted from 1883 to 1912 (and 5 dated 1913). Values range from about 10 cents for one worn almost beyond recognition to about $2 Million (for one of those 1913's).

The most valuable US coin is worth anywhere from $3.4 million do $4.4 million USD. It is the 1913 Liberty Head V Nickel, of which only five are known to exist.

Only the Liberty Nickel had the Roman numeral "V" on its reverse. The US Mint never issued a penny with a large "V" on the reverse.

It is not a "V" cent, but rather is known as a "V" or "Liberty Head" nickel. Like all US nickels, it is struck from 75% copper and 25% nickel.

The last circulating Liberty or V nickels were minted in 1912. Five more were dated 1913 and have been in collections ever since.

Thomas Jefferson has been on the US nickel since 1938. From 1913 to 1938 the coin featured an American Indian chief on the front and a buffalo on the back. Before that, it had a picture of Miss Liberty and the Roman numeral "V" (= 5), while the very first nickels had a shield and the number 5.

Remember Roman numerals? V stands for 5 (as in 5 cents), not victory. What you have is called a Liberty nickel or sometimes a V nickel. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1912 US nickel?"

You are describing a US Liberty nickel. It was minted from 1883 to 1912. There are 5 known 1913 Liberty nickels but they were never an authorized issue.

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

The 5 known examples are each valued at more than One Million dollars.

The 1885 V nickel is the most valuable of the set because it had the second lowest mintage at just below 1.5 million. Compare that to, say, the 1891 V nickel with 16.8 million, or the 1907 at 39.2 million. The lowest mintage was the 1912-S at 238 thousand (not including the 5 known 1913 V nickels, as those are more of an anomaly).

A 1902 Liberty Head nickel is common, in average condition value is a dollar or two for most coins. No US nickel was made of silver until late 1942 through 1945 these are the "War Nickels" and had 35% silver in them. From 1946 to date they are copper- nickel.

1913 to 1938: a buffalo (Black Diamond) 1883 to 1912: the Roman numeral "V" (5) surrounded by a wreath 1866 to 1883: a number 5 surrounded by 13 stars

The Indian head design was introduced in 1913 and has the famous image of a buffalo on the back. All V (or Liberty) nickels have a picture of Miss Liberty on the front.

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