Friday, August 01, 2014

1964 Canadian Nickel

Just the normal nickel not the one with the extra water line. Look under the K.G. initials next to the beaver. Found it, okay if there are two lines then a curved line it is normal. If there are three lines then a curved line it is special.

The extra line variety is rare and I do not expect to find one in my change anytime soon. 1964 nickels from Canada are still common so it is worth a closer look if you are change hunting. These coins are 100% nickel so at least they have that premium metal value.

Here's the stats for the coin pictured...
Type/Country: 5 Cents / Canada
Year: 1964
Mintage: 78,075,068
Metal: 100% Nickel
Value: $0.10 in Extra-Fine

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

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

Unknown said...

1968 nickle

Man said...

1968 nickle about $0.10

Unknown said...

I found a 1964 with the 3rd line

Man said...

1964 with the 3rd line

About $30.00 in very-fine

Paps said...

1964 5 Cent with small beaver head, different maple leaf leaves, double die on 5 with dot, crown tip is far in letter G in the word Regina and it’s realy different in 1964 actual 5 cent .

Unknown said...

I have 1968 10cent and 5 5 cents 1964 1978 1981 2000 also I have a 1971 new pence and a 1988 dallar,sorry got carried away I have dallars Penny's more dimes can you help with theses also.think you.