A U.S. nickel dated 1988 is just a nickel, spend it.
1988 is not a rare coin many are in circulation today, spend it
In uncirculated condition, it's worth about $2.00 If circulated, it has no added value. All circulation halves dated 1971 and later are made of copper-nickel; they don't contain any silver.
It's worth 5 cents.
If you got it in change it's only worth face value.
Look at the coin's edge. It's not silver, it's copper-nickel. All copper-nickel half dollars dated 1971 and later are only worth 50¢ if they're in circulated condition. Uncirculated, perhaps a dollar.
It's still worth five cents in Canada.
Circulated U.S. $1 bills dated 1977 and later are only worth face value.
There's never been a wheat-back nickel. All 1988 Jefferson nickels have the familiar picture of his home, Monticello.Wheat-back cents were minted from 1909 to 1958.
Circulated U.S. $1 bills dated 1977 and later are only worth face value
this copper/nickel coin is considered common -- worth about 5 cents in circulated condition
Any standard dime dated 1965 or later and taken from circulation is worth only 10 cents. However, if by "copper" you mean that one side of the dime is copper-colored and the other is silver-colored (nickel, actually), you may have what's called a lamination error. That happens when one side of the coin's cladding (the nickel-colored part) doesn't bond properly. This is considered to be a mint error and retails for 5 or 6 dollars.
It's not gold. Like ALL circulating Canadian dollar coins, it's made of a nickel-brass alloy and is worth only face value.
Quarters dated 1965 and later are worth face value only, unless they're in uncirculated or proof condition.
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The only years the US made nickels with silver were 1942-1945 so if you still think it's made from silver take it to a coin dealer for an assessment.
This coins has no extra value other than 25 cents.
If you mean a 1988 Silver Eagle only Proof and bullion coins were struck in that year. From 1986 to 1992, proof Silver Eagle coins were minted at San Francisco and these coins bear the "S" mintmark and have a current retail value of $20.00. Bullion Silver Eagle coins dated 1988 were also struck at San Francisco but do not have mintmarks, the value of these coins depends on the spot price of silver at time of sale. As of today it's about $17.50.
Circulated U.S. $1 bills dated 1977 and later are only worth face value. They still turn up in circulation from time to time. An uncirculated one might retail for all of 25¢ more.
A 1988 U.S. proof set has a retail value of $8.00 issue price was $11.00
A 1988 proof set has a retail value of $8.00 issue price was $11.00
The value of a 1988 $50.00 one ounce gold coin goes up and down with the spot price of gold. As of today it's $1,115.10 per ounce so that's what the coin is worth