US nickels were first issued in 1866. I found a coin that sounds just like yours and I got excited, it was in mint condition no less! Then on a hunch, I looked at the coin again. While it says 1803 on the back, it was really minted in 2003/2004 as it says on the FRONT. Look to the lower right of Jefferson's portrait. If you see *2004*, it's worth 5 cents.
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How much is a rock crystal. Because my sisters and I had one and ill back yard when we were 12 years old but we lost it when we moved.
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A 2004 Jefferson nickel is still 5 cents. Millions are in circulation.
If it's a regular nickel, 5 cents. If it's a silver war nickel (with a large mint mark on the back), $2.
It was worth 5 cents same as today.
A lot bcuz a dime or nickel was worth a lot back then
Millions are in circulation, just spend it.
A nickel's value is not voided due to worn surface. It should still be worth 5 cents.
Buffalo Bill never appeared on a U.S. nickel. A 1937 nickel has a picture of a Native American chieftan on the front, and a buffalo (animal) on the back.
That's a silver war nickel, containing 35% silver, and it's worth at least $2.
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The back of ALL U.S. coins is upside-down in relation to the front. Your 2004 nickel is worth 5 cents.
Indian Head Nickels (with a buffalo on the back) were only minted from 1913 to 1938, so I have to assume you have something else -- perhaps a Liberty Head Nickel (with a big "V" on the back)? A well-worn 1891 Liberty Head Nickel is worth about $3.00
That would be known as a "V" or Liberty nickel. The V is the roman numeral for 5 because the nickel is worth 5 cents.