1964 nickel with no mint mark

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  1. rosmantiger

    rosmantiger Junior Member

    I found a 1964 nickel with no mint mark and it looks new.Can anyone tell me about this coin?I have looked all over the net and can't find anything.Thanks:confused:
     
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  3. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    No "P" mintmark until 1980.
     
  4. rosmantiger

    rosmantiger Junior Member

    1964 nickel mint mark

    Thank you!! I also have a 1904 V cents.I am assuming it's a nickel also.Can you tell me anything about this?
     
  5. PFCBEGA

    PFCBEGA Staff Numismatist HA.com

    It's whats called a "V" nickel. The correct term is a liberty head nickel, There no worth much unless it is in mint condition
     
  6. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    Liberty head nickel. Post a pic and ask your questions. There's lots of helpful people here but a pic makes things a lot easier.
     
  7. Lehigh96

    Lehigh96 Toning Enthusiast

    Sounds like a standard Philadelphia mint 1964 Jefferson. One of over one billion minted. But if it looks like this, it is worth some money.

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  8. Mclozo23

    Mclozo23 New Member

    Hey I did some research and I found that a "poor" 1964 nickel with no mint mark is about 35 cents.and for a "good" it would be 1 dollar.
     
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  9. Tyler G.

    Tyler G. Active Member

    I did some research and found out in poor its worth 5 cents and a whooping 5 cents in good.
     
  10. Mclozo23

    Mclozo23 New Member

    I have two 1977 and also have a 1964 nickel with no mint mark can u tell me what that is worth. Just for the 1977.:)
     
  11. Tyler G.

    Tyler G. Active Member

    Sorry, but its still just worth 5 cents. Your gonna have to go 1950s and below to be worth more than face and still the value would only be a few cents over face unless it's Unc. or a better date.
     
  12. Kirkuleez

    Kirkuleez 80 proof

    Welcome to CT Javier. Did you have a question?
     
  13. charlietig

    charlietig Well-Known Member

    What in God's name is that suppose to say? Note to self, a little work in punctuation and spell check goes a long way.
     
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  14. gronnh20

    gronnh20 Well-Known Member

    Welcome to America.
     
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  15. coloradobryan

    coloradobryan Well-Known Member

    Wow, If only I could get .35 to 1$ for 1964 nickels.... Each box has about two or three per roll it seems.. Very interesting
     
  16. CHUCKCXB

    CHUCKCXB Active Member

    if , you could get 10 cents great deal
     
  17. coloradobryan

    coloradobryan Well-Known Member

    Find a 64 or 64-d fully struck with full steps, and that's a different matter.
     
  18. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Javier, please only post once and wait for a reply, at least 24 hrs, as many are only on a short time on the weekend.

    Do not give your phone number or email address in a post, the bots can pick it up.

    Take your time in composing your post because if we can't figure out what you are asking, we can't answer.

    The post you were quoting above is from several years ago and many do not answer zombie posts.

    Your 1964 nickel has no mint mark as almost certainly it was minted in Philadelphia which in 1964 did not use a mint mark, none --> Philadelphia.
     
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  19. bryantallard

    bryantallard show me the money....so i can look through it

    unless it's pre 1897, a 1912 S, or if you find a 1913 in ANY grade it's a sure payday
     
  20. James-b

    James-b New Member

    I think got a 1912-s, its for sure a 1912 but im not 100% on the S. Is it worth $ either way or only if its 1912-s? Also got a 1797 penny in pretty bad shape but for something that old its got to be worth something, right????
     
  21. Kirkuleez

    Kirkuleez 80 proof

    Welcome to CT @James-b. For more responses, you may want to start your own thread about your coins. Images would be very helpful as well.
     
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