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Average current retail value is $5.00

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A 1957 nickel is worth face value only, unless it's uncirculated or a proof coin.

All US Proof sets of 1964 and before have silver coins in them, the current value of a 1958 set is $43.00 issue price was $2.10

These are ordinary circulation coins with no added value unless you have one in uncirculated or proof condition.

It's the usual practice of this site to answer a single question at a time. Please see:"What is the value of a 1940 US nickel?""What is the value of a 1942 US nickel?""What is the value of a 1944 US nickel?"

It's brand new and has no extra value unless you have a proof or uncirculated coin. Those might be worth a quarter or 30 cents.

Current average retail value is $28.00. Issue price was $2.10.

You can find the coin set for about $50.00. Most retail will sale for $60-$65

As of 07/2010 a proof set containing copper-nickel clad coins retails for about $13, while a Prestige set with silver coins sells for about $35.

The current average value of a 1962 US proof set is $29.

As of 16 Feb 2018, the melt value of one US nickel is 4.4 cents.

The value of the set is dependent on condition. However, the proof set value is between $50 and $70 US.

The January 2010 edition of CoinAge magazine values the 1958 US proof set at $52.00. That same magazine, however, has four advertisments offering to sell such a proof set (each with different Tax and Shipping & Handling charges) at $42.00, $49.00, $51.50 and $52.25.

The current value of a 1962 US proof set is $29.

This design is called either a buffalo nickel or an Indian head nickel; both names are about equally common. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1919 US nickel?" for more information.

11-8-11>> The current value of a 1978 US proof set is $9.

11-8-11>> The current value of a 1962 US proof set is $30.

The US nickel was first issued in 1866. Please double-check your coin.

Unless there is something special about it, 5 centsIt is worth face value unless it is a proof or uncirculated. It's worth 5 cents. If you found it pocket change, spend it.

As of 12/2008, Numismedia quotes the fair market value (FMV) at $61.00Average retail price is $54.00 issue price was $2.10

In average condition, both coins are only worth their face value.

In average condition either coin is worth face value only. If it's an uncirculated or a proof coin in its original packaging, it might be worth 50 cents or so.

As of 07/2010 a 2000 silver proof set retails for about $35. Your proof set's package should say that it's a "Prestige" set. Anything else contains copper-nickel coins, not silver and sells for about $14.

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