$5.95. If you don't believe me, send it to one of the certification services and spend $40 to have them tell you the same thing. Modern versions of these novelty items are made differently than the old ones. Instead of looking along the outside edge, try using a magnifier and examining the coin, looking just inside the raised rim (on one side or the other). This is where the seam would be located.
If you found it in change your nickel is only worth face value. US nickels made from 1866 to mid-1942 and from 1946 to the present are made of a copper-nickel alloy, not silver. In fact, no circulating US coins have contained any silver since 1969.
Jefferson nickels tend to tone a copper-gold color and adds nothing to the face value of 5 cents.
Visible School was created in 2000.
The "P" is the mintmark of the Philadelphia Mint. All U.S. coins from 1980 to 2012 made at this mint have a "P" mintmark. It's just a nickel, spend it.
About $2000.00. Sacajawea dollars are worth just that a dollar.. they are made up of copper and nickel with a thin Gold plating.
Not silver. The only nickels that ever contained silver were the famous "war nickels" minted during WWII when nickel was a strategic metal. All other nickels are made of an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. Bottom line - you have an ordinary nickel worth 5 cents.
Depending on condition 500-2000 USD.
Prior to the year 2000 Canadian quarters were made of nickel.Since 2000 quarters have been made of nickel plated steel.
Arrest and Trial - 2000 Snake Heads was released on: USA: February 2001
Please check your pocket change. Unless it's different from the other couple of billion nickels minted that year, it's only worth 5 cents.In fact, almost any nickel dated 1956 or later that turns up in change is worth face value.
According to Stanford.edu these could range from $.25 - $2000, if I am reading the document correctly. http://www.stanford.edu/~clint/cp/05.htm
Any US nickel minted since the 1960s is pretty much only worth face value. Even the 2004-2005 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial nickels were minted in such large numbers that any you find in change have no added value.
what heads will fit on my 2000 olds silhouette v6 3.4
It's worth one dollar, and it's not made of gold. It's mostly copper with a bit of zinc, manganese, and nickel.
AnswerAll circulation half dollars dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel, so if you received it in change it has no extra value. In Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, a coin shop might give you $3.00. The 2000-S Proof would go for about $6.50. The 2000-S Silver coin would fetch $10.00.
It was released in the year 2000
As of 2003, no active nickel mines existed in the United States. U.S. nickel consumption declined from 231,000 tons in 2000 to 218,000 tons in 2003.
Gold-plated but not gold. It's an ordinary nickel that someone plated for use in jewelry or as a novelty piece. The US never minted nickels (or dimes or quarters for that matter) out of gold - it's worth far too much to use in small-denomination coins.
It will have 2 as it is a V-6
All US Halves, Quarters, Dimes from 1965 to date are copper-nickel. The Dollar coins from 1971-1999 are also copper-nickel but were switched to manganese-brass in 2000
No. Copper-nickel. These circulated regularly until France adopted the euro in 2002. If your coin is from circulation it's worth less than a quarter. Correction: French francs from 1960-2000 are .999 nickel and as of 8/8/2012, nickel is trading at just over double the price of copper per pound, of which a U.S. quarter is made, so the melt value of a 1960 franc is over double the value of a quarter.
Yes they are the same heads.