2004 lewis and clark nickel d

U.S. Westward Journey Nickel 4-Coin Set with Free Lewis & Clark Historical Document

2004 lewis and clark nickel d

2004 P Lewis and Clark Nickel (Mintage 367 Million)

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E-mail Error message here! Password Hide Error message here! Remember me. Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link to create a new password. The D Keel Boat Westward Journey Nickel began a two year long run of commemorative nickels that we put into circulation.

Question: I have a nickel, the face of the president is not centered, could this be a rare nickel? Jefferson got a whole new look for the series. You can read more about this new nickel series here. Just scroll down a ways and you will see the nickel you describe along with the other nickels in the series. Click here to add your own comments. Join in and write your own page!

A nickel , in American usage, is a five- cent coin struck by the United States Mint. Its diameter is. In , over 1. The silver half dime , equal to five cents, had been issued since the s. The American Civil War caused economic hardship, driving gold and silver from circulation; in response, in place of low-value coins, the government at first issued paper currency. In , Congress abolished the five-cent fractional currency note after Spencer M.

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If say I had 14 of these Keelboat P nickels would you say it'd be worth trying to sell them? And if so in a bunch or individually? They have no extra value so selling them as a group is fine. I have a and liberty head nickel with V on back can you tell me the value. I have a one of these keelboats and want to get them out of the house. But I want the best value price so I wouldn't lose money or not get it sold.

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2004 P Jefferson Nickels : Keelboat

Though a coin valued at five cents was the first official coin of the United States in , nickels did not appear in the U. On May 16 of that year, Congress passed an act to usher in the new five cent coin, made of 25 percent nickel and 75 percent copper.

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