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Two Cent, Three Cent & Five Cent (Nickels)

Two Cent, Three Cent & Five Cent (Nickels)

A Word about Coin Values 

These values are provided for guidance only. These values are not an offer to buy or sell, only a guide for you to determine if you have a scarce coin. Coins that are in a better or exceptional state of preservation, may be worth substantially more. We have in the past and we will continue to offer substantially more than these values for many coins in Uncirculated or Mint State condition. Coins that are damaged, corroded, scratched, heavily worn, dateless or with holes, while they still have value, may be worth considerably less. We CAN NOT give accurate values for coins we have not seen. Please feel free to stop in or mail your collection for an accurate free verbal evaluation and immediate CASH offer.

  Coin Type Dates Average Buy price  common dates Average Buy price for better dates or condition
  Two Cent Pieces  1864-1873  $5.00-$25.00  $50.00-$225.00 
  (Rare date: 1873; Scarce date: 1872) 
  Three Cent Silver  1851-1873  $8.00-$55.00  $100.00-$500.00 
  (Rare dates: 1863-1873) 
  Three Cent Nickels  1865-1889  $5.00-$25.00  $50.00-$525.00 
  (Rare dates: 1877, 1878, 1883-1887; Scarce dates: 1879, 1880, 1882, 1888, 1889) 
  Shield Nickels  1866-1883  $5.00-$20.00  $50.00-$450.00 
  (Rare dates: 1877-1881) 
  Liberty Nickels  1883-1912  $0.50-$5.00  $50.00-$500.00 
  (Rare dates: 1885,1886,1912-S) 
  Buffalo Nickels  1913-1938  $0.30-$1.00  $10.00-$450.00 
  (Rare dates: 1913-S, 1916 Doubled Date, 1937-D 3-Leg Buffalo; Scarce dates: 1913-1921, 1924-D, 1924-S, 1925-D, 1925-S, 1926-D, 1926-S, 1931-S) 
  Jefferson Nickels  1938-Present  Face Value  Face Value 
  (Scarce dates: 1938-D, 1938-S, 1939-D, 1939-S, 1950-D) 
  Jefferson Nickels : War Time Alloy  1942-1945  $0.25-$0.45  $2.00-$5.00 

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