A half dollar and a nickel. One of them isn't a nickel, the other one is.
This is a copper-nickel coin, not silver, and has a value of less than one US dollar.
The face value of a coin is however much money a coin can be spent as. A nickel's face value is 5 cents because it can only be spent as 5 cents.For example:The face value of a One Shilling coin is One Shilling.The face value of a One Dollar coin is One Dollar.The face value of any coin or bank note is what is written on it.
Such a coin does not exist. The British nickel-brass One Pound coin was first issued for circulation in 1983.
The reasons of a coin having an image only on one side are varied. I suggest you take the coin to a coin shop and have it appraised to get a more accurate estimate of value.
Only one of the coins is not a nickel. So the coin that is not a nickel will be a quarter, and the other coin will be a nickel.
You have to use a quarter and a nickel otherwise it's impossible.An Explanation ...This is a common brain teaser. If one coin isn't a nickel, it's the quarter. The other coin is the nickel.
A quarter and a nickel. Only one coin can't be a nickel, not both.
one of the coin is a nickel and one is a half dollar coin
That was a transitional year for the coin's composition. If you have a silver quarter, it's worth up to about $4. If you have one made of nickel, it's worth face value only. A coin made of silver will not be attracted to a magnet, but the nickel ones will stick.
A quarter and a nickel. (one coin isn't a nickel, the other one is)
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.
One is not a nickel, it is a quarter. The other coin is a nickel.
One coin is a quarter and the other one is a nickel. The quarter is NOT a nickel!
The 2006 Jefferson nickel has a value that varies depending on its condition. If you found it in change, it has no added value. An uncirculated one could be worth 35 to 50 cents while a proof coin would be over a dollar.
It would have to be a incredible high grade Mint State coin to be worth one dollar.
A 50 cent piece and a nickel. One of the coins is not a nickel, but the other coin IS a nickel.
A quarter and a nickel. The quarter is the coin that's not a nickel!
1947 Indian Rupee in not Silver but it is a Nickel Coins The Bombay mint coin is 100 Rupees the Lahore mint coin is 300 Rupees
A quarter and a nickel. It is a trick question. One is not a nickel, but the other is.
It's bronze-coated nickel, NOT gold, and it's worth one Canadian dollar.
More than ONE BILLION Jefferson Nickels were struck in 1964 and the coin is only face value.
You have a quarter and a nickel. Only ONE coin can't be a nickel, not both.
A "one dollar" coin has the value of one dollar!