In worn condition, about 75 cents. In better shape, $1.00 to
nothing in the U.S Canada recently got rid of its one-cent piece.
Canadian money does not actually have a nickel. They have what is called a five cent piece. A 2002 Canadian 5¢ piece is only worth face value.
It's worth 5 cents Canadian.
About $6, mostly for its silver content
A 2004 Canadian cent is worth face value only.
It's still worth 50 cents in Canada.
It's still worth 25 cents in Canada.
.50 in canada .00 in American the silver % is about 28% so if you sold just the silver 1.75$
Value of 1986 fifty cent piece
It's currently worth about 7 cents for the nickel content.
It's worth 50 cents in Canada.
Please check your coin again and post a new question with more information. The first official Canadian fifty-cent coins were minted in 1870.
One Canadian cent, or about 0.93 of a U.S. cent.
The value depends on factors such as the denomination and condition. A 1943 Canadian penny has a different value than a 50-cent piece from the same year. Be specific with your question.
Unless it's a proof coin in its original package, it's only worth face value.