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Nickels Values

Nickels were not among the original coins struck by the United States. They were added after the Civil War to introduce base metal coinage and were successful enough to replace the Silver Half Dime. There are several very collectible issues among Nickels, including the famous Buffalo design. 

Learn more about 3 Cent Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1865-1889 3 Cent Nickel today!
Learn more about Shield Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1866-1883 Shield Nickel today!
Learn more about “Liberty Head” V Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1883-1913 “Liberty Head” V Nickel today!

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Learn more about 3 Cent Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1865-1889 3 Cent Nickel today!
Learn more about Shield Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1866-1883 Shield Nickel today!
Learn more about “Liberty Head” V Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1883-1913 “Liberty Head” V Nickel today!
Learn more about Jefferson Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your 1938-1964 Jefferson Nickel today!
Learn more about Modern Jefferson Nickel values & history on APMEX.com. Find the value of your Modern Jefferson Nickel today!

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