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What is the value of a nickel coin with no nickel on it?


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2005-11-24 04:05:21
2005-11-24 04:05:21

Well, yes, and no. The 5-cent coin usually called a nickel is called that because it is made primarily of that material. This design was made during WWII from an alloy of silver, copper, and manganese, but technically it can't be called a "nickel". Value could be anywhere from 20 cents for one that is badly worn or damaged up to several dollars in Mint State and a few reach a couple hundred in "premium" uncirculated condition. In case you were really asking about an unstamped nickel -- AKA Blank Planchet Error -- its value is a few dollars. Sorry, I read that as no nickel IN it. He probably did mean a blank planchet.

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