That depends on how old it is and what condition it is in.
at least 5 cents.
It is worth a nickel
How much is a 1904 victorian nickel worth?
How much is a buffallo nickel worth
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about a nickel.
In the US, a nickel is worth 5 cents.
Without further information its worth a nickel.
A nickel is worth five cents.
A 2005 nickel isn't old or rare enough to be worth anything above face value, so a roll is worth $2.
Still only 5 cents. It's old but not especially rare.
It's worth 7 cents for the nickel content.
A 1819 nickel is worth approximately 100.00 dollars.
im not sure but i think it might be worth a nickel
It depends on how much nickel is in there. At the time of writing, nickel is $11.13 per pound.
how much is a 1903 nickel worth
Despite its age, a 1951 nickel is still worth 5 cents.
how much does canadian nickel 1751-1951 is worth
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.
Nickel is 5 cents
A 1939 Jefferson Nickel in rough condition is worth $0.50 and in perfect condition can be up to $5.50.
The 2005 nickel with a buffalo on the reverse is worth exactly 5 cents.
It is worth a nickel. 2004 is only 13 years ago. Not very long ago.
Its worth 5 cents! :)
It's worth 5 cents.
that will be funny.
Average value of a nickel planchet is $3.00-$5.00.
The coin is just a common nickel, spend it.
It's just a common nickel, spend it.
The 1941 nickel doesn't contain any silver, and is worth maybe 10 cents.
A 2010 U.S. nickel is worth exactly five cents.
Pennies in 1941 were mostly copper, not nickel, and they're worth about 5 cents.
it is worth around $0.25 to $0.30
The coin is in circulation today and its just a nickel.
About 5 cents.
That's a silver war nickel from WWII, which contains 35% silver. It's worth about $2.
It's worth 5 cents in Canada.
It's still worth 5 cents.
It's worth exactly 5 cents.
It's worth 5 cents...
Unless it's a high grade coin it's still just a nickel Though it's an old coin, it's not valuable. In average condition, it's still worth 5 cents, and only upwards of a dollar or so if uncirculated.
No U.S. Nickels are dated 1700. The first nickel was issued in 1866.
Same as any nickel, the P means it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
A 2004 nickel is worth 5 cents. A gold-plated '04 nickel is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. There is no standard market value for modified coins like that.
I assume you mean 1956. Unless it's a proof coin, it's only worth face value in spite of being over 50 years old.
As much as a willing buyer will pay for it.