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If an 1803 nickel has five cents on it does that mean it is a half dime?

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2015-09-26 23:44:50
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Please turn the coin over and look next to Jefferson. You'll see the date 2004. You have a commemorative nickel issued to mark the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition. It's worth exactly 5 cents.

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