Thursday, June 21, 2012

2004-P Keelboat Nickel

Have a nickel and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question

No worries I have uncirculated examples that I got back in 2004 but since this recent reminded me that it was never featured I might as well do it now.

The second in the four part Westward Journey series, if you don not include the 2006 new Jefferson nickel.



The reverse has the Captain Lewis designed Keelboat used for most of Louisiana Purchase river treks. Al Maletsky designed this to reflect the boat on the river and how the men worked during Lewis and Clark's expedition. Pushing the boat away from rocks was very important.

The obverse has the older Jefferson bust.

Here's the stats for these coins...
Type/Country: Keelboat - 5 Cents / United States
Year: 2004-P
 Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel
Mintage: 366,720,000
Value: $0.05 at F-12



Sidenote: Let me see if I can make this a daily blog.

Do you have a five cent coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

19 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Unknown said...

If say I had 14 of these Keelboat 2004 P nickels would you say it'd be worth trying to sell them? And if so in a bunch or individually?

Man said...

If say I had 14 of these Keelboat 2004 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.

DJ said...

I have a 1890 and 1900 liberty head nickel with V on back can you tell me the value

Man said...

1890 and 1900 liberty head nickel

1890 about $10.00 in good grade

1900 about $2.00 in good grade

Anonymous said...

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. Send me the price and that will be awesome. Thank you.

Man said...

one of these keelboats

Just $0.05

Tiffany said...

I have a p2004 and I need to know what is the value of the coin..

Man said...

I have a p2004 and I need to know what is the value of the coin..

Just $0.05

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Unknown said...

I have a D 2004 keel boat lewis and clark nickel. It's weight is 4.5 grams and it is magnetic "it sticks to a magnet". Since every where I read said it's 75% copper and 25% nickel I thought it was weird. I never seen any USA coin stick to a magnet before. The metal looks different then other coins of that year. Thank you

Anonymous said...

I have a 2004 lewis and Clark nickel and the A in America is not there could it be a misprint

Unknown said...

I have a 1865 flying eagle nickle what's it's value.

Unknown said...

i have a luis and clark nickel with a 3 digit year on it.
Is it a miss print and how much is my coin worth?

Unknown said...

I have 1942 1944 1945 pennies + more what would these 3 be worth?

Unknown said...

I have a 2004 D Lewis and Clark nickel but can't find anything about the coin. If anyone has any info about it please let me kno . Thank you

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Unknown said...

This 2004 jefferson nickel, keelboat on back. #1 magnets attract it #2 it says "IN GOD WE IRUST"
Excuse my ignorance but im Not sure how to attach the pics for you.

Unknown said...

I have some interesting coins I was wondering if you would be interesting in seeing. They are 1996 Wide AM pennies however when viewed under magnifying glass you can see it's actually a 1999 wide AM double die. I also have a few others that are in sequence with the exact marks showing the rolling of the 9 to a 6.

joeycoins said...

I have the same coin and haven’t been able to find anything about it, any luck??