A 1957 nickel is worth face value only, unless it's uncirculated or a proof coin.
The coin is just a common nickel, spend it.
It's the usual practice of this site to answer a single question at a time. Please see:"What is the value of a 1940 US nickel?""What is the value of a 1942 US nickel?""What is the value of a 1944 US nickel?"
US quarters didn't contain any nickel until 1965. 1964 and earlier quarters were made of an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. Please see "What is the value of a 1941 US quarter?" for more information.
Current average retail value is $28.00. Issue price was $2.10.
It's worth 5 cents.
They were minted at Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. They were minted in 1964.
The last U.S. silver certificates were dated 1957, and no bills were dated 1964. Please check again and post a new question.
US quarters were not made of silver in 1965, but rather of copper-nickel. The last silver quarter made for circulation in the US were produced in 1964.
The last silver quarters were dated 1964. Your coin is made of copper-nickel and is worth 25 cents.
As of 16 Feb 2018, the melt value of one US nickel is 4.4 cents.
$100,000,000,000 because such a coin doesn't exist. Silver was only used in US nickels from 1942-1945 on coins with a large mintmark over the Monticello. A 1957 nickel is a common coin, worth a dollar or so if completely uncirculated but only really 5 cents if circulated.
It is necessary to know the amount of wear and mint mark (if it has one) to be able to make an estimate of value. I would suggest you take your coin to a reliable dealer and have it appraised.
This design is called either a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel; both names are about equally common. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1919 US nickel?" for more information.
The US nickel was first issued in 1866. Please double-check your coin.
In average condition, both coins are only worth their face value.
It's worth exactly 5 cents.
Please check your coin again. San Francisco didn't strike any nickels from 1955 to 1967 inclusive.
The only US nickels that ever contained any silver were those struck between 1942 and 1945, when nickel was a strategic war material. "War nickels" were about 35% silver with the rest made of copper and manganese. Otherwise, any nickel you find will be made of an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. So if you find, say, a 1957 or 1964 nickel in change feel free to spend it. It's not worth anything special.
A half dollar (which is not a nickel) and a nickel.
Average current retail value is $5.00
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.
This famous design is also frequently called an Indian head nickel. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1920 US nickel?" for more information.