Friday, August 17, 2012

2005-P American Bison Nickel

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

Starting in January I decided to find each of the four Westward Journey designs. It took longer than I thought and yesterday, eight months later, I found the Bison one. Blame the lack of physical cash being used since these coins did circulate well but I finally got all four.


Sure this one is a bit dented but it has been seven years. I often say when you have the opportunity to get a new coin go for it. As little as a year in circulation turns them dull and scratched. I think I am still missing the Denver version of this coin. The Westward Journey series was in honor of the bicentennial trip Lewis and Clark made and survived.

Here's the stats for this coin...
Type/Country: 5 Cents / United States
Year: 2005-P / American Buffalo
Metal: 75% copper 25% nickel
Mintage: 448,320,000
Value: $0.05 at F-12

Do you have a recent nickel 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.

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

Adam Rusak said...

I would like to know the value of these:

-1988 Argentina 5 centavos (thin) in XF condition
-2009 Canada 25 cents (Cindy Klassen)non-colorized in UNC condition
-1955 China 1 fen in G condition
-1971 Colombia 10 centavos in F condition
-2010 Greenland 25 ore, 50 ore, 1 krone, 2 kroner, 5 kroner, 10 kroner, 20 kroner, and 50 kroner. This was a pattern set, the coins are all UNC condition. I would be interested in knowing the value of each individual coin.
-1993 Jamaica 10 cents in XF condition
-1993 Kazakhstan 5 tyin in XF condition
-1975 Liberia 1 cent in VF condition
-1821 Netherlands 1 cent in AG condition
-1970 Peru 5 centavos w/plain edge in XF condition
-1987 Peru 1 inti in XF condition
-2007 Russia 1 kopeck in XF condition
-1883 Serbia 10 para in VG condition
-2008 Turkey 50 kurus in XF condition
-1873 USA 5 cents (open 3) in PR (poor) condition

Thanks.

Man said...

-1988 Argentina 5 centavos (thin) in XF condition about $0.75
-2009 Canada 25 cents (Cindy Klassen)non-colorized in UNC condition about $0.375
-1955 China 1 fen in G condition about $0.10
-1971 Colombia 10 centavos in F condition about $0.05

-2010 Greenland
25 ore about $1.00
50 ore about $1.25
1 krone about $2.50
2 kroner about $3.00
5 kroner about $4.50
10 kroner about $3.50
20 kroner about $5.00
50 kroner about $14.00

-1993 Jamaica 10 cents in XF condition about $0.05
-1993 Kazakhstan 5 tyin in XF condition about $0.30
-1975 Liberia 1 cent in VF condition about $0.05
-1821 Netherlands 1 cent in AG condition about $3.50
-1970 Peru 5 centavos w/plain edge in XF condition about $0.05
-1987 Peru 1 inti in XF condition about $0.50
-2007 Russia 1 kopeck in XF condition about $0.15
-1883 Serbia 10 para in VG condition about $1.25
-2008 Turkey 50 kurus in XF condition about $0.50
-1873 USA 5 cents (open 3) in PR (poor) condition about $2.50

Man said...

Whoops should be...
-2009 Canada 25 cents (Cindy Klassen)non-colorized in UNC condition about $0.35

Travis Ivey said...

I have a 1952 d nickel and a 1941 nickel with four 1964 nickels and two 1961 nickels yes there is wear and tear but i purchased them all from the bank i use how much are they worth

Man said...

1952 d nickel and a 1941 nickel with four 1964 nickels and two 1961 nickels

All about $0.05 the 1941 may be about $0.10.