2 edition of review of nickel in the United States, 1946 to 1956. found in the catalog.
review of nickel in the United States, 1946 to 1956.
United States. Business and Defense Services Administration.
|Statement||[Prepared by Herman B. Director, staff advisor, industrial raw materials and stockpile]|
|LC Classifications||HD9539.N52 U525|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||56060246|
Nickel Value Condition of Coin; Date Good Fine Extremely Fine Uncirculated Nickel Value Updated Shield Nickel $18 $22 $48 $72 Liberty Nickel Without Cents $5 $6 $8 $21 With Cents $14 $29 $60 $ (Any nickel prior to is worth several times its face value in this condition, by the way). Either way that’s a nice bit of change for a coin that only “cost” you 5 cents! Which Of The Rare Jefferson Nickels Is The Most Common? The D Jefferson nickel might be the most likely to .
The Jefferson Nickel is worth between 45 cents and $7 on average. This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the – War Nickels) and 25% nickel. DDR Designation: 3-R-IV+VI Description: Very strong spread South as an extra set of steps in the letters of MONTICELLO with extreme extra thickness on E PLURIBUS UNUM, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, MONTICELLO, and FIVE CENTS. Grade: MS Population: 3. The S Jefferson Nickel had a mintage of j, The composition of these coins is copper/nickel. The diameter is mm. These coins were minted at the San Francisco mint. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins.
Washington 50 States Quarters () Washington D.C. and U.S. Territories Quarters () Washington America the Beautiful Quarters (). Nickel Value High nickel value shows just how scarce these coins are. Your Shield Nickel, as it is known to collectors, is a rather elusive and historically important part of the first nickels minted by the United States. The S Jefferson Nickel had a mintage of j, The composition of these coins is copper/nickel. The diameter is mm. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. You can refer to the grading guidelines for these coins at the bottom of the main page for the Jefferson Nickels.
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