It was produced to celebrate native Canadian heritage. It is less common to find than a nickel with a beaver on it, but its value is subject to whatever a collector is willing to pay. Canada post still sells complete coin sets of the 1996 celebration. I'm sure if a collector was missing that particular piece to finish off his set, he might pay significantly more than 5 cents.
They are petroleum, nickel, rare woods, fish, hydropower.
1927 Canadian nickels can be quite rare. If you have one that has been kept in good condition, it can be worth upward of $75.
Its face value is 5 cents, but the melt value of a 1955-1981 Canadian nickel is $0.09 so the melt value is 4 cents more than the face value of the coin5 cents. It's not rare, and many are still in circulation.
well, to breed a rare nice fish on fish with attitude you need a crazy fish (nice and mean) and a shy fish (just shy.) you can get a lot of different answers: gossip fish, shy fish, nice fish, rare nice fish, rare shy fish, rare crazy fish, rare gossip fish orcrazy fish. the rare fish will probobly not happen. the crazy and shy fish are most common.
Look on the other side of your coin. I do believe you are looking at an '02 nickel. The date was struck on the obverse of the coin, instead of the reverse like all other years.
The natural resources are;oil,timber,nickel,gold,petroleum,hydropower,rare woods,maya,fish and chicle.
The 1925 nickel is the key date (most rare) of the series - value depends on state of preservation (how close it is to when left mint) - and whether it has been damaged during circulation (like meter scratches).
Not very rare. Huge numbers were churned out for the Centennial celebrations and a lot were saved as keepsakes. If yours is circulated, it's only worth face value. Uncirculated might go for 50 cents.
There were two types of nickel minted that year, each with two varieties. The common versions are worth between 25 cents and 3 dollars depending on condition. The rare versions are worth several hundred dollars at minimum.
It's rare in the sense that it's NOT produced by the US Mint, but rather by a private company or individual.
No, 1920 Indian Head nickels are not rare.
An example a a rare Indian head nickel date would be a 1937 D mintmark 3 legged buffalo.
No it's not.
Nickel is not rare. In fact, it is considered as the fifth most common element on earth. It is widely used in alloying to produce stainless and heat-resistant steels.
Its face value... its not rare at all. In case you are that stupid... face value is 1 cent. or 0.01 dollars.
As rare as a smart black person. VERY
Guatemala, officially known as the Republic of Guatemala is a country in Central America. Its natural resources include petroleum, fish, nickel, rare woods, chicle, hydropower.
The cast of Rare Fish - 2009 includes: Ribut Suryadi as Ribud
Rare Fish in the Aquarium - 1902 was released on: USA: November 1902
snails (cooked) strawberry cheese cake camarata (a rare fish only found in lake Huston) calamari (octopus) raccoon bacon Canadian bacon
Most circulated coins are valued at $3.00-$5.00. The 1901 Liberty Head nickel is not rare or scarce.
A 1934 Buffalo nickel is not a rare coin, retail value for a average circulated coin is $1.00-$5.00