It depends on the coin's condition and mint mark. See the Related Link for additional information on prices. In circulated condition, it's worth about 10 cents. The 1939 Jefferson 5 cent coin (nickel) replaced the Indian Head or Buffalo nickel which was minted from 1913-1938. The number of these coins outstanding can only be estimated. However, the value can only be determined by examination as to condition (i.e. Proof, Uncirculated, About uncirculated, extra fine, very fine, fine, very good, good, about good) date and mint mark (if any) and rarity .
As of 11/2008, approximate retail values are:
No mint mark beside Monticello : 12 cents if worn, 25 cents with moderate wear, $2 if almost like new. "S" mint mark : 50c / $1.75 / $8.00 "D" mint mark : $3 / $5 / $22
Liberty nickels were made from 1883 to 1912. Your coin is a familiar Jefferson nickel. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1939 US nickel?" for values.
The value of a 1939 D nickel will vary depending on the circulation and overall condition of the coin. However, most 1939 D nickels', even in poor condition are worth an upwards of $95.00.
about $1.00 on E-bay.
The value of the 1939 nickel varies depending on the condtion and the mint mark of the nickel.Ê Due to the price being based of the condition it has a value between $0.10 and $22.00 USD.
They did not make Slovakia nickels in 1939, they made Jeffreson nickels if you're talking Amarican currency.
Please check again and post a new question. Buffalo nickels were struck from 1913 to 1938. Any nickel dated 1939 would be a familiar Jefferson nickel. Look at the coin again, 1938 was the last year a Buffalo nickel was made.
This is a copper-nickel coin, not silver, and has a value of less than one US dollar.
A 1939 Jefferson Nickel in rough condition is worth $0.50 and in perfect condition can be up to $5.50.
Unless it's uncirculated it is only worth face value.
A 1939 Jefferson Nickel without a mintmark is valued around $0.25-$125. The higher values ($100+) are for proof coins with frosted devices, or images, and mirror-like fields. The average circulated 1939 is worth around $0.50. Average uncirculated 1939 is around $2. A 1939-S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1.50 and $40. Average circulated value is $4, average uncirculated is $20. A 1939 nickel with the D mintmark is worth between $10-$110, average circulated about $$12, average uncirculated $65. Some 1939 no mintmark nickels show the words "MONTICELLO" and "FIVE CENTS" doubled. This variety is worth between $75 and $700. Included is a picture of a 1939 nickel with doubling. Note especially doubling on the "M" and both "O"'s in "MONTICELLO".
The last buffalo nickels were minted in 1938. All 1939 nickels carry the familiar picture of Thomas Jefferson.
the value of the nickel is 5 cent
Please check your coin again. Indian head nickels were minted from 1913 to 1938.
Please don't assume that because a coin is old it has to be made out of silver. These coins are called "nickels" because ... they're made from nickel (and copper). There's more information at the Related Question.
It's a 2004 Jefferson nickel that has been gold plated, has no collectible value and is just a fancy nickel.
The exact value of a 1953 nickel would actually depend on a number of things. Some of these things would include, the country the nickel is from and the condition of the nickel.
It's just a nickel, spend it.
It's just a nickel, spend it.
It's just a nickel spend it.
Australia does not have a "nickel" coin.
It's a common date nickel that's only face value. Spend it.
In circulated condition, 5 cents.