Ten cents. It's made of nickel, not silver.
It's worth $1.00 unless it is a silver proof coin in mint condition.
Twenty-five Canadian cents. Older Canadian coins, 1968 an earlier, are composed of silver and therefore may have additional value.
In circulated condition it has no added value.
In circulated condition, face value only.
The coins never had any silver in them and most are face value.
its worth 1 cent.
The 1979 SBA dollar is very common has no silver and is $1.00
They're both only worth face value.
6 cents at the most, I'm afraid.
The value of a 1979 Canadian 5 dollar bill depends on its grade and the serial number. It could be worth anywhere between 5 and 5,500 US dollars.