The value of a 2006 Washington liberty nickel is five cents. It's a common US nickel, but:
Liberty Head nickels were minted from 1883 to 1912. A 2006 nickel is only worth face value; it and all other US nickels minted since 1938 have carried a picture of Thomas Jefferson.
It's called a Jefferson nickel. Liberty nickels were minted from 1883 to 1912. And 2006 is an extremely common date for Jefferson nickels. You should be able to find others in change with no difficulty, and they're only worth face value.
The 2006 Jefferson nickel has a value that varies depending on its condition. If you found it in change, it has no added value. An uncirculated one could be worth 35 to 50 cents while a proof coin would be over a dollar.
Liberty nickels were minted from 1883 to 1912. All nickels minted since 1938 have been Jefferson nickels, and ALL US coins carry the word Liberty. In any case your coin is common; any that you find in change are only worth face value. A nice uncirculated one might sell for 25 to 50 cents.
5 cents. It was mass produced for the Lewis and Clark commemorative in the fall of 2006. The nickel had different designs over the 2004-2006 mintings.
There's never been a gold nickel. Your coin is either plated or was affected by exposure to heat or chemicals. Either way, it has no added value.
This was issued December 6, 2006. It has a face value of 39 cents.
That's just a regular 2006 nickel. That face is President Jefferson. The coin contains absolutely no silver, and is worth exactly 5 cents.
It's called a Jefferson nickel. The last Liberty Nickels were minted for circulation in 1912, and ALL US coins have the word "Liberty" on them. Did you look at any of the other new Jefferson nickels in your pocket change? The Mint created 2 new designs, one in 2005 only and another in 2006. ALL 2006 and later nickels have the new, forward-facing image of Jefferson.
He's not facing any direction on the nickel. Thomas Jefferson is on the nickel, and the direction he faces depends on the date of the coin:1938-2004: left2005: right2006-present: forward
August 24, 2009 The 2006 Jefferson nickel is a circulating coin and as such has a circulated value of five cents. In mid-range uncirculated condition this coin has a value from About 25 cents to about $5 depending upon the actual condition of the coin.
39 cents. This is called the "Lady Liberty and U.S. Flag" stamp. See http://www.usps.com/communications/news/stamps/2006/39/
Two headed coins a manufactured as novelty coins and can be bought for about $5
It would have to be a incredible high grade Mint State coin to be worth one dollar.
It's only a nickel spend it.
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The value is only for the silver in the coin (1oz) cash value will be a little less than the spot price of silver at time of sale, so about $15.00
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The man is still Thomas Jefferson, this design is on all nickels from 2006 to date. It's only a nickel spend it.
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