Are nickels from the 1950's and 1960's worth anything?

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by tonywolfcool, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. tonywolfcool

    tonywolfcool New Member

    Are nickels from the 1950's and 1960's worth anything? I have a bunch that my great grandfather collected(like 10) and i know that they only made silver ones in world war 2 time so i don't think they are made out of silver unless someone can tell me otherwise and they don't seem like they have any significance except for being a little old. They don't look to have any errors ether. But its wierd that he would collect them if there worth nothing all the other ones he collected were worth from 10+ dollars.
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  3. 2schnauzers2luv

    2schnauzers2luv Junior Member

    War nickels are 35 pct. silver. They are 1942 P.S, 1943 P.D.S, 1944 P.D.S, 1945 P.D.S. The mintmark will be on the reverse above the dome. The 1950 D was worth some good money at one time years ago. Still has some value today depending on condition and grade.
  4. vnickels

    vnickels Matt Draiss Numismatics & Galleries

    Well, most from the 50's and 60's aren't.
  5. Lehigh96

    Lehigh96 Toning Enthusiast

    Circulated: NO!

    Uncirculated: MAYBE!

    If they look like this: ABSOLUTELY!

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  6. 2schnauzers2luv

    2schnauzers2luv Junior Member

    That, That is one awesome nickel Lehigh96!
  7. samsleezer

    samsleezer New Member

    Big S nickle. Nice
  8. physics-fan3.14

    physics-fan3.14 Senior Member

    I guarantee you they are each worth at least 5 cents. Granted, that won't get you very much these days.....
  9. mouse

    mouse Active Member

    The 1950d is a key date an can be worth around $10+ in decent condition. Other than that generally no.
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