Look at the coin again. The US never made any 5 dollar silver coins of any date.
A U.S. nickel dated 1988 is just a nickel, spend it.
The value of the 5 Sydney Olympic coin is approximately $55.00. This is for the silver coin. The condition of the coin is something that may impact the value.
The 5 coin proof set has a value of $6, the 10 coin set has a value of $15 and the 10 coin silver set has a value of $48.
5-22-11>> The plating adds nothing to the value of the coin. Actually it killed the collectible value of the coin. It's value is for the silver about $30.00
The coin is worth one oz of silver, and nothing more
Face value 15 and silver value is around $45
The coin is still in circulation at face value 5 cents.
No, a 5 centavos coin does not contain any silver. It is typically made from a base metal such as copper or nickel.
The V on the back suggests the coin is actually a nickel, as V is the Roman numeral for 5. If this is the case, the coin is NOT silver, and values start at around $5 depending on condition.
5-19-11>> The coin is actually an American Silver Eagle bullion coin that is made from one ounce of .999 pure silver. It's value is tied to the spot price of silver at the time of sale, which is $35.02 today
5-19-11>> The coin is actually an American Silver Eagle bullion coin that is made from one ounce of .999 pure silver. It's value is tied to the spot price of silver at the time of sale, which is $35.13 today
The coin is Zinc coated steel not silver, no US one cent coins have been made of silver. Average value is 5 cents.
Zinc coated steel, not silver. average value is 5 to 10 cents. The US has never made a one cent coin from silver.