The last buffalo nickels were struck in 1938
In circulated condition, face value only.
If it's a true hub double retail values are $920.00-$2,100.00 for a circulated coin.
The 1955 Jefferson nickel is still found in circulation. A circulated coin is just face value.
Nickel 3-cent pieces were only struck from 1865 to 1889. If you instead have a silver 3-cent piece with that date, its value would be in the range of $25 to $100 depending on condition.
A 1934 Buffalo nickel is not a rare coin, retail value for a average circulated coin is $1.00-$5.00
A 1920 Buffalo nickel is common, assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark values for coins in average circulated condition are $2.00-$800
A 1920 Buffalo nickel is common, assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark values for coins in average circulated condition are $2.00-$8.00.
1938 was the last year for the Indian Head nickel and all were struck at the Denver Mint. A circulated coin in collectible condition has values of $1.00-$3.00
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1925 Buffalo nickel is a high mintage common date. The value for average circulated coins is $1.00-$3.00.
Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1936-D Indian Head / Buffalo nickel is a very common coin, for a coin in average circulated condition the values are $1.00-$4.00 retail. NOTE: No Buffalo nickel has ever been struck in silver.
Values for a circulated war nickel are $1.00-$2.50 depending on the grade
I have a 1935e circulated silver certificate with a double die error on the back of it what value does it have.
If it is a Mint error it may be worth a few dollars, take it to a coin dealer to see if it has any value.MoreIt's called a Jefferson nickel rather than a Monticello nickel. If by "double struck" you mean that Monticello is on both sides (which would account for the lack of a date) what you have is a novelty item called a magician's coin. There's more information at the question "What is a double headed nickel worth?"
In average circulated condition, it's worth about $2.00
Copper-nickel. If circulated, it has no particular special value.
In circulated condition, it's still worth 5 cents.
The 1898 Liberty Head nickel is common, average circulated coins are $4.00-$12.00
A 1935 BUFFALO nickel is a very common coin. Average circulated coins are $1.00-$3.00.
A 1936-D Buffalo nickel is very common, assuming it's circulated values for coins in average circulated condition are $1.00-$3.00
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $1.00-$4.00 for most coins. The 1930 Buffalo nickel is a very common coin.
OK, it's not Lincoln, he is only on the penny. With a date of 1903 it's a Liberty Head nickel an has a value of $3.00-$5.00 in circulated condition
6-29-11>>> Retail value for the 1953-D Jefferson nickel is 10 to 25 cents for average circulated coins.
1937 is one of the most common, value is 25 cents to $3.00 for circulated coins.
Most circulated coins are valued at $3.00-$5.00. The 1901 Liberty Head nickel is not rare or scarce.