A 1939 penny with no mint mark if in just a good enough condition to read everything is worth about 10 cents. A 1941 nickel in the same condition is worth about 20 cents.
If it was found it pocket change spend it
If you found it in your change, it's worth 5 cents.
If you found it in change, face value only.
Please look at your "nickel" more closely. It says Quarter Dollar right under Washington's portrait. It's one of the State Quarters minted from 1999 to 2009. If you found it in change it's only worth 25¢.
nickel is found in mexico and argentina
If you found it in pocket change, it's just a nickel. A uncirculated coin may sell for 25 cents.
If you found it in change spend it. It's a very common date.
If you found it in change, $1. It's made of copper-nickel, not silver. If the coin is uncirculated or proof, please post a new question with its date and mint mark.
Please check your coin again. The only modern nickel to carry the picture of a buffalo is one of the two Lewis and Clark commemorative nickels minted in 2005.If that's what you have, it doesn't have much extra value if you found it in change. Huge numbers of them were saved almost as soon as they came out.
If you found it in change, it's worth 5 cents on both sides of the border.
If you found it in change, 5 cents. Billions were minted.
Pretty much anything minted in the last 50 years is only worth 5 cents if you found it in change. If your coin is older than that please post a new question with its date and mint mark.
Nickel carbonyl, lead nitrate, and nickel are all common compounds found containing the element nickel.
Please don't assume that every US coin minted before 1965 contains silver. US nickels made from 1866 to mid-1942 and from 1946 to the present are made of a copper-nickel alloy, not silver so if you found the coin in change it's only worth 5¢.
nickel is man-made because i can't be found anywhere else
Nickel can be found in meteorites and in the air attached to small dust particles. It can also be found in mines. The most popular places to find nickel are Australia and Canada. Nickel is not that uncommon and has been found in many places, notably: Alaska, Poland, China, Russia, Australia and Colombia.
If you found it in change, no added value. A nice uncirculated one will sell for 25 to 50 cents.
it can be found any where but in the ground
nickel can be found mostly in ontario canada and australia. it's also in the air and is sometimes released from mountains
nickel is a natural found in nature like gold
Composed of 75% copper and 25% nickel.
nickel is found all over the world especially in California where the isotmic hills construct isotopes that equal the amount of nickel in a gram so . . . . . in California
no, it is physical because it is a change of state. If you found this helpful, please click trust
This Jefferson nickel is still found in circulation and is face value.
Nickel and iron or iron and nickel (is the same)