Please look at the coin again and post new question, there is no such coin as a walking liberty nickel.
It's not a Morgan nickel but a Liberty Head Nickel with values of $3.00-$5.00 for average condition coins
It's a Liberty Head Nickel not a Barber. The Barber series don't have nickels. Retail value for 1908 nickels are $3.00-$5.00 in circulated condition.
The 1908 Liberty Head nickel is a common coin, most are valued at $1.00-$3.00
$1300 to $140,000 depending on the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1908 Liberty Head nickel is a very common date. Retail values run from $1.00-$3.00 for most circulated coins. But the values are higher for better grade coins. NOTE: Coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelry or have been cleaned have far less value to a collector or dealer.
Remember Roman numerals from elementary school? "V" = 5 so what you have is a nickel, normally called a Liberty nickel because it carries a portrait of Miss Liberty. There's more information at the Related Question.
Walking Liberty Half dollars were struck from 1916-1947, look at the coin again and post new question.
All 1908 US nickels used the same design - Miss Liberty on the front and the Roman numeral "V" (5) on the back.Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question with more details that might help ID it.
The 1908-S Barber Quarter in the grade of G-4 has a retail value of $18.00.
There's no US dime called a "Victory" dime. All 1908 US dimes carry a portrait of Miss Liberty on the front and the words ONE DIME on the back. They're called Liberty dimes or more commonly "Barber" dimes after Charles Barber, the artist who designed them. You may be confusing the coin with a 1908 Liberty Head coin that has the letter V on the back. The reason that coin is the size of a nickel is that it IS a nickel, and the letter V is the Roman numeral for 5, not an abbreviation for Victory. There's more information at the Related Questions.
Even though these coins were designed by Charles Barber they're almost always called Liberty or V nickels.Please see the Related Question for more information.
Depends on overall condition and if the nickel is factory or after market. Range from 0-500 USD.
In circulated condition $2.00 to $55.00, With out a grade this is the best I can do.
What denomination? Please post a new question with that important information.
Philadelphia the Cradle of Liberty - 1908 was released on: USA: 25 June 1908
A 1907 Double Eagle gold coin is worth $25,000-$30,000. So a 1908 $20 Gold standing Liberty coin would be worth $30,000-$40,000 to a museum
All Liberty Head nickels were struck at Philadelphia, except for 1912. You may be seeing some damage or part of the design rather than a "D" mintmark.Please see the Related Question for more information.
Buffalo nickels were made from 1913 to 1938. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
US nickels only contained silver during WWII when nickel metal was needed for the war effort. ALL other nickels are made of an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. Please see the Related Question.
The coin you have is a nickel, not a cent - remember Roman numerals? Anyway, its value ranges from $1.00 or so if worn, up to $8 or so if in almost-new condition.
It's a common coin with average retail values of $3.00-$5.00 for most circulated coins.
Please look at the coin again and post a new question. Indian Head nickels were struck from 1913 to 1938.
The first US nickels were made in 1866. Buffalo nickels were struck from 1913 to 1938. Look at the coin again and post new question.
July 11, 2009 All 22,686,177 "V" nickels produced in 1908 were minted at the Philadelphia mint. The values of the 1908 nickel are ahown below in the various grades determined by wear on the coin. Circulated grades G4................$5 F12...............$8 VF30............$15 EF40............$32 Uncirculated Grades MS60............$80 MS63............$135 MS64............$280 MS65............$1,400 MS66............$8,500
$2 to $4500 depending upon the condition of the coin.