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1982 S Jefferson Nickel

1982 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1982 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1982 at the San Francisco mint. There were 3,857,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1982 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1982 S – Amount Minted 3,857,000

How Much Is A 1982 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1982 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1 and $3.50 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1982 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Color: White

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05


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1981 P Jefferson Nickel

1981 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1981 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1981 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 657,504,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1981 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1981 P – Amount Minted 657,504,000

How Much Is A 1981 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1981 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1981 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05

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1981 D Jefferson Nickel

1981 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1981 D Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1981 at the Denver mint. There were 364,801,000 D nickels minted in all.

How Many 1981 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1981 D – Amount Minted 364,801,000

How Much Is A 1981 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1981 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1981 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05

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1981 S Jefferson Nickel

1981 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1981 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1981 at the state of San Francisco mint. There were 4,063,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1981 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1981 S – Amount Minted 4,063,000

How Much Is A 1981 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1981 S Jefferson Nickel is worth between $1 and $3.50 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1981 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Color: White

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

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1980 D Jefferson Nickel

1980 D Jefferson Nickel

The 1980 D Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1980 at the Denver mint. There were 502,323,000 D nickels minted in all.

How Many 1980 D Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1980 D – Amount Minted 502,323,000

How Much Is A 1980 D Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1980 D Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1980 D Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: D

Face Value: $.05

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1980 P Jefferson Nickel

1980 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1980 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1980 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 593,004,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1980 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1980 P – Amount Minted 593,004,000

How Much Is A 1980 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1980 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1980 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05

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1980 S Jefferson Nickel

1980 S Jefferson Nickel

The 1980 S Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1980 at the San Francisco mint. There were 3,554,000 S nickels minted in all.

How Many 1980 S Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1980 S – Amount Minted 3,554,000

How Much Is A 1980 S Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1980 S Jefferson Nickel worth is between $1 and $3.50 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1980 S Jefferson Nickel Facts

Color: White

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: S

Face Value: $.05

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1979 P Jefferson Nickel

1979 P Jefferson Nickel

The 1979 P Jefferson Nickel was minted in 1979 at the Philadelphia mint. There were 463,188,000 P nickels minted in all.

How Many 1979 P Jefferson Nickels Were Minted?

1979 P – Amount Minted 463,188,000

How Much Is A 1979 P Jefferson Nickel Worth?

The 1979 P Jefferson Nickel is worth between 35 cents and $1.25 on average.

This value is strictly based on the coins grade and desirability (amount minted) and doesn’t take current metal spot prices into account as these coins are made of 75% copper (except for the 1942 – 1945 War Nickels) and 25% nickel. Copper is by all accounts a precious metal now and does have some bearing on the nickels melt value. A law passed in 2006 makes it illegal to melt U.S. minted Nickels so it is not advised.

Additional 1979 P Jefferson Nickel Facts

Designer: Felix Schlag

Weight: 5 grams

Diameter: 21.2 millimeters

Mint Mark: P

Face Value: $.05

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