If you found it in pocket change, spend it. Even a high grade Mint State coin is less then a dollar.
A 1957D nickel in very fine to uncirculated condition is worth $0.35. If this mispositioned 'A' is actually a 'misstrike error' (and can be verified as such), then it is worth approx. $5.00.
A nickel's value is not voided due to worn surface. It should still be worth 5 cents.
In average condition it might be worth all of 6 or 7 cents. Uncirculated ones retail for 35¢ to $5 depending on how well-struck they are. Philadelphia issues (no mint mark) are worth slightly more than those from Denver ("D" to the right of Monticello).It depends on the quality. Very little if used.
Copper-nickel, not silver. In circulated condition, each of these coins is only worth $1. Uncirculated in MS63 condition 1971-D and 1972-D Eisenhower Dollars are worth $ 5 and $5, respectively.
Face value only. Nickels are the only denomination whose composition has not changed in the last 60 years so except for one or two rarer issues such as a 1950-D, they are generally not valuable.
1958-D Jefferson nickels are still found in circulation and are face value.
If it's not a high grade uncirculated coin spend it. If it is uncirculated you may get 25 cents if your lucky.
Average current retail value is $5.00
5 cents, they are in common circulation and contain no silver.
The 1936-D Buffalo nickEL is common, average condition coins are $1.00-$3.00
6-29-11>>> Retail value for the 1953-D Jefferson nickel is 10 to 25 cents for average circulated coins.
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.
Retail values for a 1914-D Buffalo Nickel are $78.00-$384.00 for circulated coins. Take it to a dealer or collector for grading and a better idea of value.
If it is in good condition, around $1.10