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A half dollar (which is not a nickel) and a nickel.

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A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the other one is.





You have two coins - A and BOnly one of them (say A) is not a nickel, that one is a 50cThe other one (B) is a nickel.Look at it from this angle.... we all have 2 parents, and one of them is not a man.


If one of the two coins isn't a nickel, then that means the other coin is. The other coin is then a half-dollar. A nickel is worth $0.05 and the half-dollar is worth $0.50. So, 50+5= $0.55.


The total of their value is 15 cents. ($0.15) A dime is the equivalent of 10 cents, while a nickel coin is worth 5 cents.


1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins.


A fifty cent piece and a nickel. One is not a nickel, but the other one is.


1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins.


6-29-11>>> Retail value for the 1953-D Jefferson nickel is 10 to 25 cents for average circulated coins.


The total value would be 15 cents. A nickel is 5¢ while the dime is 10¢.


Penny: 1 cent nickel: 5 cents Dime: 10 cents Quarter: 25 cents If they were uncirculated it would be different.



1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins.


1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins.


1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins


The coins are still in circulation and are face value. Only a high grade Mint State coin will have more value, about 25 cents.


The coins are still in circulation and are face value. Only a high grade Mint State coin will have more value, about 25 cents.


The face value of a nickel coin in the United States is five cents.


You have provided insufficient information to answer the question. You would need to tell either (i) the total number of coins or (ii) the exact total value.


If one of the coins is not a quarter, then the other coin is; plus a nickel, one would still attain a cumulative value of 30 cents.


The coins are still in circulation and are face value, only a high grade Mint State coin will have more value, about 25 cents.


The 1936 Buffalo Nickel is not a rare date and circulated coins have values of 25 cents to $2.00 depending on grade.




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