The "P" mintmark shows that the coin was produced by the US Mint at Philadelphia.
The P in PIN stands for personal.
There is no "you" in P = V x I
Well, they stand for nothing. They're just a metaphor.
The Jefferson series of U.S. nickels known to have doubled die errors are: 1939-P/ 1943-P/ 1945-P.
it stands for their names
Five pennies in a nickel. (US coinage)
Same as any nickel, the P means it was minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
It's just a nickel, spend it.
I THINK IT MEANS NICKEL A CHEMICAL ELEMENT
of Stand, imp. & p. p. of Stand.
The coin is just a common nickel, spend it.
The "P" is the mintmark of the Philadelphia Mint. All U.S. coins from 1980 to 2012 made at this mint have a "P" mintmark. It's just a nickel, spend it.
It is known as a "war nickel" and actually contains no nickel! But it is 35% silver and is worth about $1.25 for the silver content.
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