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Several billion were made. This is a very common date with no added value in circulated condition. A nice uncirculated one may be worth about 25 cents. Billions of nickels were minted in 1964 as a stopgap effort to substitute for higher-denomination silver coins that were being removed from circulation for melting. They show up in circulation more than almost any other date.

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Q: What is the value of a 1964 U.S. nickel?
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