Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Jeff Scola, Jan 13, 2018.
Is this a valuable nickel also have a 1945 S series
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In much better condition they might have a small premium. Circulated examples may not have much of a premium.
The 45-S is worth about a dollar. It's partly silver.
Yeah. That’s all it’s worth. It’s a neat find though.
Well, think of it this way. The first nickel is only worth 5 cents.
Yes very kooo I've also found a 1929 Buffalo any value in it
Less than the 1945 unless it’s in much better condition than the other two.
Here's a a couple pics
Need to work on your pictures. They are super blurry.
This thread reminds me of my boss asking me one day "are wheat pennies worth anything?" to which I responded "that's like saying 'I have a used car, is it worth anything?'" I gotta just shake my head.
K thank u
Looks like your buffalo has a mintmark, but I can't tell. Regardless if it's a 1929, 1929-D or 1929-S, in that condition, you can buy them for about a 50 cents to a $1 at Coin shows and coin shops. But it is a cool find.
Hey, @Jeff Scola welcome to CoinTalk. Coins values are what someone will pay. That being said, value increases with scarcity and condition as well as demand. For American coins, you might want to get a Red Book (A Guide Book Of United States Coins by Yeoman). The absolute prices are not accurate, but it has a lot of information about the coins and the relative value (expensive or not). For prices, a good guide is e-bay, and not just the highest price listed, but check the sold listings.
The 1929-S is a lower mintage, worth a little more in good condition.
Hard to tell from the photos. Maybe $1.50.
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