Prior to 1979/80, coins struck at Philadelphia didn't carry mint marks*, so your nickel comes from that mint. Please see the Related Question for value information.
(*) So-called "war nickels" bore the P mint mark from 1942 to 1945. The first coin to regularly carry a P was the 1979 SBA dollar. The next year, all other denominations except the cent were also given P mint marks.
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.
Unless it's uncirculated it is only worth face value.
On the back, to the right of the base of the building. No mint mark = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco
All US nickels minted in 1943 have a large mint mark on the back.
1939 Lincoln with no mint mark, average value is 5 to 10 cents.
The value of a Jefferson nickel with a p mint mark will vary depending on the year and the condition of the coin itself. A person should have the coin appraised for an accurate value.
The mint mark on a 1939 Jefferson Nickel is located on the obverse (tails) side of the coin, just to the right of Monticello (the building) between the rim and the building. If there is no mark there then the coin was produced at the U.S. Mint facility in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The value would depend on the condition and date of the coin.
Check it again. By 1980, all U.S. nickels had mint marks. That said, a 1985 nickel is worth 5 cents.
It may be a little older but is very common, just face value.
Please post a new question with the coin's date. If you know where the mint mark is located include the coin's mint mark as well.
The U.S. Mint has never used a "T" mint mark. Examine your coin closely and then post a new question.
Despite your coin's age it is still a common date among collectors and is worth at most 15 or 20 cents.
$2 to $9000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
The coin is still found in circulation and is face value
July 25, 2009 The value of a circulated Jefferson war nickel is based mainly upon the value of the silver they contain which is $0.78 today. In uncirculated collector coins the values vary greatly with the year and mint mark. To establish an estimated value for an uncirculated Jefferson war nickel, the year and mint mark must be known.
1976, Kennedy Bicentennial Half Dollar; with no mint mark, copper-nickel clad, uncirculated-$1.25 with D mint mark, copper-nickel clad, uncirculated-$1.25 with S mint mark, copper-nickel clad, proof-$1.75 with S mint mark, silver clad, uncirculated-$4.00, proof-$5.00There were so many hundreds of millions of these minted that if your coin has been in circulation, it has no added value and probably never will.
Just 5 cents
A date is needed. Please post a new and separate question.
This will vary greatly depending on date and mint mark.
F is not a mint mark. It's the initial of the coin's designer, James E. Fraser. The mint mark position is on the back under FIVE CENTS. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1929 US nickel?" for more information
If circulated condition its worth about 25 cents if ok quality. If it has a d mint mark about 4.00. If S mint mark about 2.00. If un circulated double all the prices
1940 nickel; * With no mint mark, in fine condition-$0.20, in uncirculated condition-$1.75, proof-$37.50. * With D mint mark, in fine condition-$0.25, in uncirculated condition-$3.75. * With S mint mark, in fine condition-$0.30, in uncirculated condition-$3.50.
Up to 1911 all nickels were minted at Philadelphia, which didn't use a mint mark at that time. Please see the Related Question for values.
If it's from circulation, 5 cents regardless of year or mint mark.